Appart Hotel Paris Porte De Versailles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... On the way back to the hotel we crossed the oldest bridge in Paris (Pont Neuf). I much prefer strolling the streets near our hotel and those that take us to other areas of Paris with little boutique stores as they are a lot quieter and just as beautiful. We relaxed on our room for a bit to rest our sore and tired legs, then went for dinner at a nearby restaurant (again, French onion soup, then I had risotto while Alex had duck). So full after such amazing ...
... tone of the cathedral's original bells.
Bells of Notre Dame de ParisNameMassDia meterNoteEmmanuel13271 kg261 cmE♭2Marie6023 kg206.5 ...
... steps to the Sacre-Coeur. It’s really just another big church. Because of it’s height it has a good panorama of Paris. We could see it raining over a different part of the city when we looked out. We had a quick walk around the inside of the church. I’m getting a bit over looking in churches though – they’re all the same! There was a statute of Peter, I think, holding the keys (I’m sure that’s how he wanted to be ...
... week of my room so y'all see what it looks like! I met some of my roommates and they seem nice but I am changing rooms tomorrow and they are leaving so I will get a new set tomorrow! I decided to venture out into the streets because it looked like it stopped raining. Well, as soon as I stepped outside, it decided to pour. Well I kept walking because it got better and explored the street. Plus, there is a bakery right across the street. Plus, grocery store down ...
We started off the day by having some fresh croissants (everybody has to put their daily order in if they want plain or chocolate (or both!)). The boys have been fantastic at getting up and going in the morning but certainly having fresh croissants on the table provides some extra incentive.
We managed to get out the door early to make it to the Louvre just after it opened. The Louvre covers over 65,000 sq feet and has over 30,000 works of art - needless to ...