BEST WESTERN Montmartre Sacre-Coeur
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... and everyone is having a great time, with Notre Dame as the backdrop. After 30-40 minutes though, the cops show up and tell him he has to stop. Buzzkill, guess someone called from the hospital or church to complain about the noise. That’s the French in a nutshell. It is 10:00 at this point, so I decide to walk along the Seine for a while and go back to the hotel, knowing I will have an early morning on Sunday. Great day. ...
... out to rediscover Paris, Battery Boy's favourite city.
What's the first thing you do when you arrive in Paris? Video Girl and Battery Boy went to an Italian restaurant, Sant Lucia for spaghetti and vino. Battery Boy felt his spaghetti was a little undercooked but nonetheless was still delicious. After lunch Video Girl and Battery Boy headed to the Siene to see if they could locate the lock they affixed to the Pont des Arts ...
... that filled the air as we walked in and around the classic rose garden.
Only the occasional monkey-like shrieks of a colony of resident peacocks interrupted the peace and quiet of this otherwise tranquil setting. From the rose garden, we walked along the shady lanes in the park to reach the chateau that sits next to its western boundary wall. This elegant little chateau was built in 1774, in just sixty-four days, as the result of a "bet" between ...
My first visit to Paris was short and sweet...4 hours to be precise. Some of the time was at the airport waiting for luggage and the majority of time was at the train station waiting for the train to Poitiers. I was starving! The food on the plane was lovely for vegetarian food, however it ...
... but the trip was still very scenic.
After three and half hours we got to Zurich and waited for our connecting train to Paris. While we waited we ate our lunch which we brought with us from Zurich. Just nice and easy buns and a banana. We had nearly 2 hours to kill as we thought it would be hard to find our platform. It was two down from where we arrived so fairly easy. We had a walk around and bought coffee and cake with our remaining francs. Made it onto our train and to ...