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Travel Blogs from Paris
Adenay stayed here on Jul 6, 2011 during their trip titled: Adenay Ekubezgi.
... of Ile de la Cite and visited the Palais de Justice and Sainte Chapelle, built by Louis IX between 1245 and 1248. Fortunately it was sunny outside to show off the stained glass windows to best effect, which I had hoped for.
I left the chapel and crossed over to Ile Saint Louis, the second of the two islands and loved the main shopping street, Rue Saint Louis, which has managed to retain its charm in spite of the tourists. I tried Paris’ well known ...
... in a spectacular fashion. People on the parks at the base of the Tower appeared like ants. We spend over an hour just walking the perimeter of the viewing area admiring the spectacular views over an amazing city.
We are then ferried by our coach to a local restaurant (Le Grand Café Capucines), for our 'Farewell Dinner’ to celebrate in the evening with our fellow travellers. I had Escargot for the very first time – thought having them in ...
... but what was interesting was the number of people who hang around it, drinking, socialising, play music....a very happy, social crowd.
The river was spectacular, and the Eiffel Tower even more so.
What a sight at night it is!
A couple of vino's, squillions of photos later, the boat trip was finished, we'd ridden back to the depot, and we headed home via the metro.
12.30 am and into bed.
A huge day....very ...
... no way these drivers can cheat. That makes sense cause my driver was always keeping to the speed limit even though there's a long stretch of empty highway ahead.
So put all those aside. We boarded the bus at 0830 in front of our hotel in Lucerne. The journey takes us past all those beautiful countrysides and plain fields with cows grazing the fields. The bus then enters highway that will lead us straight to ...