Chateau de Sancy
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... me feel very outer worldly. I found the luxemburg museum after i left the church but it had closed at five so it just a main exidous. I then went to champ d'elsyee to look around at the shopping. I was packed! I went into a couple stores but ended up settling for an m & s take away meal which i ate in front of the lite up eiffel tower. I could find a metro station so i just ended up walking around for a bit but it was a great day even though i was feeling very under the ...
... d already bought their tickets. The actual ticket office was about 100m away and poorly signposted. Fortunately, they have a system of passes which allows people who had stuffed up, as we did, to go straight to the front of the security queue, proving that we were by no means the only ones to have joined the wrong queue initially.
... look a little travel-worn. We said goodbye and ended up happening upon a bridge we heard about, nicknamed the lock bridge. People come from all over to put a lock on the bridge and throw the key over into the river thus sealing their love forever;) It was seriously covered with locks! We decided to go to Sacre-Coeur basilica since Taylor hadn't been and we had time. We grabbed a yummy snack on the way. Mine was a giant chocolate meringue and his was a delicious ...
... graffiti, and the graffiti was admired and accepted, which I really liked. Granted, it was artistic graffiti, not just gang symbols which I am used to seeing in areas like Greeley. Since Paris is the place of love and art, I guess it makes sense that there is art and love locks throughout the city.
After walking around some more, we had dinner. We were all really exhausted, so after dinner, we headed to our hotel and called it a night. ...
... Preston, a friend we met in Ottawa, was going to show us around Paris's nightlife. We meant to have one drink because Jon was still not 100%! but after a couple of Guinness's at the best Irish pub in Paris... Well, let's just say the night continued for a few more hours. Thank you Preston for showing us the local hangouts!
And mes amies, that is the end of jour 1 in Paris. Very sorry for the giant blog.
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