B&B Goussainville Aeroport Roissy Cdg
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... pulsed with the energy of days gone by, where painters and writers and poets hung out? That's where we went today. Of course, in the light of early afternoon, it merely swarms with tourists. Montmartre is a very steep hill topped by a lovely basilica, Sacre Coeur. From our Metro stop, we took a funicular to the base of the church steps. We detoured to an Irish pub, Corcoran's, to share a bowl of Guinness stew for lunch. Full of delectable bits of beef and carrots and with a ...
... much plainer but still beautiful. We then went back to Notre Dame & thankfully the queue was much smaller & we only needed to wait for 5 minutes or so to get in. As you said Kez very different to Saint Chapelle, it is massive & much darker. We quietly wound our way around the church & found we were both on the same wave length as felt a strong need to light candles for Nana Grace, Pop & Leanne, very emotional moment in time for us both ...
After a long walk around the area of Denfert Rochereau looking at restaurants, we picked a small Japanese restaurant. The food was very good and cheap, relatively speaking, for Paris. We started with sushi, then a barbequed steak. Finally we had Japanese ravioli (true!) and then tempura. We were also entertained by a very happy and boisterous family of four at the next table. Normally that sort of behaviour annoys me, but this lot were charming and ...
On our final full day in Paris, we decided to take things a little easy. After a long couple of weeks of sight seeing, we wanted to take a step back and leisurely soak in as much of our neighborhood and the culture as we could. Our neighborhood, known as Felix Faure in the 15th arrondissement, was a really cool place to live for a few days. Because so few tourists stay in the neighborhood, we feel like we got a real taste of what it ...
... we thought we would try to find some other Passages....so we walked right on Rue Reamur to the Bourse to Passage Vivienne, the to Passage Colbert where there are several Sorbonne depts, to Palais Royal and then to the food equipment store Dehillerin....quite the old dusty warehouse for everything you might need to cook.By this time it was pouring again so we stayed for awhile....then we walked down ...
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