B&B Hotel Paris Saint Denis Pleyel
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We breakfasted at a local bistro, but there was precious little for gluten-free Minna. After inquiring about gluten free bread, somebody mentioned that we were near Place Pigalle and there was s 'naturbio' there and they might have. Well, they had six different types. Minna bought the quinoa type. The Louvre was our next stop by bus #68, but the line for tickets plus entry was one and a half hours. We decided to try ...
Since we knew there was going to be a queue at St Chapelle, and that it opened at 9.30 we left early to get in line. There were already quite a few there when we arrived at 9.15 and we got in line to await the opening. By the time 9.30 came around the line was all the way down the street. They didn't even begin to open the doors until 10.20 and then they went and tripled up the line so that people who had just arrived were pushing in at the front ...
... clothes. They have pretty much anything at good prices. Then we got a disappointing meal to end off the day at a sub par chain restaurant- Le Pomme Pain. But we were starving and needed a place to rest our tired legs, so it at least served that purpose. We headed back pretty early and had a relaxing evening and then off to bed for our next day in ...
A busy last day in Paris. Took our luggage by taxi to our airport hotel first. Then hurried back to Paris just in time for a free walking tour of Notre Dame. It was led by a very entertaining student guide. She gave us detailed info about the front facade sculptures and some ghoulish details of a true story about missing students who ...
... and climbed to the top. You get a great view of Paris from up here and a great view of the Eiffel Tower we then hopped on the bus again and went down to the Trocadero area and went to the Musee national de la Marine and then a boat cruise down the Seine River to Notre Dam cathedral. A very late lunch at a quaint little restaurant and walk home for a while. We headed out late for a crepes. Day ...