Comfort Hotel Goussainville
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After a long but uneventful 25 hours we arrived in the so called City of Love.
It is a great place to arrive as a foreign tourist- there were no arrival forms, very quick and efficient immigration and no real customs check. From landing to exit was 30 mins!
This time our driver arrived on time and gave us a good ride into the city. It was exciting to see the Sacre Coeur on the horizon and then after a long sit in ...
... our way through narrow ways which emerged on delightful parks and gardens. We stumbled upon the National Archives and other equal finds, until we faced the closed doors of the gallery. We were too late but really there had been so many finds along the way it didn't matter. Eventually we turned for home and I like a child would ask Emma, is it far yet? And as we drew today's adventure to a close we gathered our provisions for a makeshift dinner and an evening to ...
... go into the artillery museum but into the large gold domed church which houses Napoleon's tomb. It's a pretty big coffin for a man who was quite short, but the whole place is pretty spectacular. After returning to our hotel we had hoped to get something small for dinner after having had a big lunch. Unfortunately even in a large city like paris, the shops close at 1pm (and I thought perth was bad). Our last day in paris tomorrow before the finally leg to ...
... to get really hot with the increasing number of large tour groups. We found a lovely little cafe in our neighborhood and sat down for a three course meal followed by a coffee that would strip the enamel off your teeth. Tonight will be just cheese and bread for dinner I think and maybe a cider.
Paris has really been a great experience even though we spent most of the time lost. Every time I turned a corner, I was in awe of ...
... entrance is free for under 26s and with the French vs Germany World Cup game on the Louvre was virtually empty. By this point I'm becoming quite the pro at avoiding lines. We walked through the Louvre for about an hour and viewed the Mona Lisa, as you do (even taking a selfie). Its not an overly impressive painting, but you see it because its the thing to do. There are some impressive pieces of art in ...