BEST WESTERN Montmartre Sacre-Coeur
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... of course, and so watched a movie til after 10:00pm. Then did some preliminary packing and cleaning before bed. Got up early to finish things off, check out and head to Gare de Nord to catch our train to London. I'm sitting here writing this blog while CJ catches up on postcards while we wait to go through British security / ...
Paris day three and still with energy we braved the maze like metro system to palace de Versailles. What. A. Line. 1 hour later we sat down and had a coffee feeling like we had already seen the palace. We walked out a gate which we thought was a normal into the gardens. What a garden! You would have to spend every day of the rest of your life trying to upkeep just a little of it! We could see how gardeners got their inspiration to have little mazes and surprises through the ...
... and past Notre Dame. We both enjoyed our first fresh macaron from my favorite place, Pierre Herme - of course, mom gravitated to the salted caramel and I went with my standby...anything with pistachio! The first of many macarons to come! According to my iPhone, we walked 6 miles in just a half day! Just the tip of the iceberg... Tomorrow is a bus tour of the entire city. Hoping for no rain! Off to get some ZzZzZs! Goodnight from Paris! ...
Bonne Annee! (That's Happy New Year in French)
Today starts very slowly as you would expect from a late night and lots of drinking. We head to Rue Cler for a late breakfast as there is very little open today. The staff at the local restaurant look worse than us and do their best to serve us.
With very little open today we decide to go to a park in the 20th Arrondissement which offers ...
Made it through French passport control and then walked about half a mile through the airport to get the suburban train (RER) to central Paris so I could get a Metro to my hotel. The ticket was 9.75 euros, and I bought it from a bright yellow machine. The RER wasn't too crowded at first, but it rapidly filled up and I felt guilty about my suitcase taking up a seat. (I didn't put it on a seat, but it took up enough floor space that it made one seat unusable.) When ...