Alliance Hotel Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
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... were a lot of family groups as well as commuters. We saw parts of the city that we have been riding beneath! We decided to get out and walk along the Right Bank of the Seine, perusing more booksellers' stalls. Traffic was so congested that we actually got ahead of our bus for a few minutes. We crossed the Seine and returned to the Notre Dame, where there were far fewer people than the last two times. We walked way to the front in the center and attended Vespers, a ...
We would be going to the most popular tourist destination in Paris (apart from Disneyland):The Notre Dame (this is Wikipedia page, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notre_Dame _de_Paris . The queue definitely was not as long as one would be led to think. It took us only 15 minutes to get through. Admission to the main part of the church was free as it was the area were mass was held and this was free of course.
... we bought a pan au chocolat for breakfast and a classic baguette ("tradition") for our picnic. Cheese was next. We were overwhelmed by all our choices and asked for recommendations. The man at the cheese counter was wonderful, and very passionate about cheese. He recommended two perfectly aged cheese, one ***********e soft. We bought both. Saying J'vous drai and Merci Beaucoup everywhere we went we felt very French. Our last stop was to the boucherie for meat. Surprisingly, the three ...
... down the street and came upon the calvary staging area. We stayed there and watched the horses and riders get set to join the parade. We also got to see a variety of French aircraft fly overhead (planes, helicopters). The parade lasted about 2 hours in its entirety. After that, we walked to a Pret a Manger for lunch (and to sit down!) and then decided to head down the Champs Elysee as many of the shops were open. Brad and Evan ...
... cafe, one to order a beer and the other to go to the bathroom. He refused to order -shock- as a 250ml beer was €9 before service and NO WiFi! It was obviously a 5* hotel. Bladder relieved and wallet still intact we left and and no one commented ��
On our walk back to the hotel we got some fresh sushi for tea which we had back in our room @ 9pm.
Tomorrow is our final full day in Paris and we ...