BEST WESTERN Montmartre Sacre-Coeur
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... kids bolting all the way up non-stop, every possible rest spot already occupied I was shattered at the top. Happily they have bench seats at the top for those of us that need to stave off a cardio-infarction, not that either of my future primary carers gave a second thought to my health. Regardless no need for coffee today, my heart was well and truly started by the time we were out on the terrace. What a view! Magnificent!
While I know we've ...
... subtle nuances between cultures is such a fun thing to observe though, to be immersed in these cultures as we move around is a priceless experience. But I digress.
At the time of writing we are on a train to San Sebastian, je suis fatigue! No rest for the wicked though as it's time to recap the past few days. We arrived into Paris after a long flight, it's the best I have ever slept on a plane which isn't saying much but the A380 delivered a comfortable enough ride. ...
... with lots of people, then caught the Metro back to Bastille.
It has been another lovely day doing new things and revisiting formerly seen places. There is always something to see just when walking. Tomorrow we will see where we go, maybe a museum, then we catch up with a friend of Claire's now living and working here as a photographer.
We hope Melbourne's weather is now 'much more betterer', as the kiddos say!
... old statues? With that much information, we might think we know a place fully from the inside out but then, that's folly, isn't it?
The end of the tour bus story is that we were sort of abandoned at Les Invalides which coincidentally is a home and hospital for aged and unwell soldiers. We took a taxi back to the apartment but our French is so bad the driver couldn't understand the name of our street. I had to type ...
We arrived at Gare du Nord station, got our bearings fairly quickly, and decided to walk to our hotel. Although it was about 4km the walking was easy and it took less than an hour to get there. It was interesting walking among the locals as they went about their daily business.
One thing we did notice was the beggars, there are many of them including Muslim women who beg in a prostrate position with their arms outstretched holding a cup. ...