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... but need to use Visa. This is rather annoying when you consider the various fees that are incurred for a relatively small sum of 14.10 Euro. End of grump. The highlight of the day was a 2.5 hour Paris Walk on route one of two routes through the Marais district. The guide was a youngish Englishman with a good sense of humour. This route concentrated more on the 'hotel particuliers' or fine houses of the 17th century ...
... rung. These 'love locks' were placed as good luck time pieces. Sentiment wasted, I think. Those were useful locks. Thru a narrow corridor the bus passed entering the Louvre courtyard. At the center was a glass pyramid. Stopping again for photos the bus rejoined the Quai and entered the Il De La Cite. An island in the center of the Seine with the grand Notre Dame Cathedral in its center. The bus continued on its route and returned ...
Woke up at 7:00am. Slept great! Coffee in hotel lobby Croissants from Boulangerie across the street (€3.95) Took M13 Metro to St Lazare: walked to Opera House. Day train pass €28 Took the Big Bus tour of Paris; Took over 2 hours due to crazy traffic. Bought a 2 day pass (€136.00 - €34 each) Lunch at Bistro St Germaine - Large Kronenbourg beer, Karin & Meg had crepes with chicken & mushrooms, Bill had a ham & cheese ...
Rise and shine sleepy heads...it's Friday and our first full day in Paris...while I made coffee and set the table for breakfast, Mary walked down to our local Boulangerie for our breakfast croissant...yummy and no, they don't taste just like the ones in the U.S. of A! Butter, marmalade, French Breakfast Radishes and a piece of melon and we were ready to hit the streets of the Marais. The original plan was to take the ...
So for our second day in Paris we had 3 very big destinations to take in. FIrst, we ventured to Notre Dame Cathedral for mass. It was the most immaculate church we've ever seen. It's 850 years old, so taking in the history and atmosphere was especially mind-blowing. Fatima lit candles for everyone, so if you get a blessing soon, it's because of her :)
Our next trip was to the historic Louvre ...