BEST WESTERN PREMIER 61 Paris Nation Hotel
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... The luggage rack is another source of rage, where people wait until you've picked a spot near the belt, then try and push in front of you for no reason. Today's pain in the ass was a 10 year old with a terrible haircut. I mean, there were clear feet on either side of me but he seemed set on getting in my way. Which is how he eventually got an elbow in the face when I reached for my case. Not sure how that happened but lessons can be painful. My taxi driver, ...
... have live shows. We avoided both! We stayed in Pigalle twenty years ago and the old hotel we stayed in is still there. Much different to our current hotel.
Our next challenge was to find Place du Tertre, Montmartre. It is only located a few metres from Sacre Coeur and we should have gone there when we left Sacre Coeur. Trying to find it leaving from Pigalle was a bit difficult. We were about to give up but fortunately one more corner and we were there. Oh, ...
... a building with round domes which we saw on our boat cruise the night before. The Concieregerie was the King's Palace that was turned into a jail and it was also where Mary Antoinette was kept for the last 3 months of her life. King Louis first studied theology and he only spoke in Latin. This is why the Latin Quarter is named the way it is. We also saw the Pantheon where over 70 people were buried, including Marie Currie, Victor Hugo, and Alexander Dumas, the man who wrote ...
... alleyways with the most adorable little shops and cafes, we got to the end of one of the alleyways and he told me I had to put on a blindfold I was a bit hesitant but for some reason I trusted him even though I had only known him for such a short amount of time. he placed it over my eyes, grabbed my hand and lead the way. Once we arrived to the destination he told me how lucky he was to meet me and how ...
... down was definitely a lot easier than going up!
After a quick cafe breakfast across from the Notre Dame - had the best hot chocolat - we went across the square in front (Place du Parvis Notre Dame) to the archeological crypts which lay beneath. These revealed the layers of 'Ile de La Cites' history from the Gallo Roman town of Lutetia - a bunch of rock remnants really but you could see the walls & rooms of days gone; there were computer ...