Appart Hotel Paris Porte De Versailles
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... were already 100 people pushing their way towards the famous painting. We walked through the different galleries for hours and still didn't see everything. You need to go several times to cover it all. The artworks were incredible, have a look, a picture says a thousand words. ...
We had an early train at 7:34 a.m. We got to the train station around 7 a.m. and Dani scooped up a cafe au lait and a pan au chocolat for us to share. We were able to board the train early so that was a treat. Since we had a long ride, I splurged for first class.....it was only $7 euros more since I booked early. We got the upper floor with plenty of luggage storage space. I picked a face-to-face seating with a table in between. Nobody next to you. Big plush seats ...
... out a skyscraper, which was the tallest tower in Paris and included an observation level at the top. Given that it would provide similar views of the city as climbing the the Eiffel Tower would, but at a cheaper price and without competing with hordes of tourists (and pickpockets) AND which would also mean having the Eiffel Tower in our photographs, we decided that was our better option. As it was not lit up blue in daylight as it was last night in the dark, we made an ...
... Cafe, found us headed for the Notre Dame Cathedral.
The only words to describe the 850-years old cathedral: Majestic. Holy. Beautiful. Wrought with familiar symbolism.
What more can I say. Among the many churches/cathedrals we’ve seen in Europe and elsewhere, the Notre Dame is, indeed, special--should be a must-see on anyone’s itinerary. Pictures are worth a thousand words, so I hope you enjoy those I posted below. Some of the ...
... were doing. All I can say is they must have been desperate.
Tomorrow we head back to Gare du Nord to catch the train to Amiens for a couple of days. We hope to be able to spend a day in the village of Villers Brettoneux which is the general area where mum's dad fought in WWI before he got Trench Foot, was gassed with mustard gas, and repatriated to England to recover.
Alan and Nise
(I'll stop making out I know some French now)
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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