Balladins Paris 19
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... from Roman times to medieval times, including remnants of a port, Roman baths and a slaughter house, amongst other things! Bumper to bumper people on ground level around the Cathedral, but ************e down below! Today's highlight: Sitting having lunch and watching a guy turn his big fat Bulldog into a front seat passenger on his motorbike. Leather harness attached to rider, even had his own set of goggles. Looked like he'd done it a million times ...
... up and escorted him off the bus to provide first aid. With that still going on, another #69 bus pulled up, our driver told us to squeeze onto that bus, which we did, and we stood up for most of the rest of the ride.
We just spent a little time in the cemetery since it was getting late, went back out, and took the slightly less than one hour return bus trip to the Champs du Mars. Larry, Marcia, and Rebecca headed back to the apartment and I dashed into the grocery store, ...
... we did walk, as we were able to stop off at the first floor and see an interesting display about the construction of the Tower, as well as walk over glass flooring sections which provided a direct view straight down on the people below. Another nice surprise while walking down was seeing a firework display of the Trocedro and then reaching the bottom right on 7pm when the Tower lit up in a magical flashing light display.
After our visit ...
... arrived in Paris late.
Upon arrival our driver "Sam" was trying to contact us because he had been waiting for an hour for us, we finally got out of Charles de gaulle airport and had a quiet calm and relaxing journey to our accommodation.
We were excited about our location and how close it was as Sam kindly took our luggage of 80 - 100kg out of the car, we farewell Sam and took only a couple of steps to the entrance of our Paris loft, once inside we found we were ...
... typewriters and computers, with it ending up in modern times. There were so few people there we felt it was our own. Laurie was taken by the Bleriot aircraft that was hanging in the deconsecrated church section, Saint Martin des Champs. There was also the most fantastic canvas aircraft inspired by the shape of a bat hanging from the ceiling, it looked like it had palm fronds ...