Chateau de Sancy
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Thursday 22 May 2014 – Woke up early in Paris and headed out for an exciting day. We were unable to get Metro tickets so we walked along the Siene which was lovely early in the morning. As arranged we went to the Eiffel Tower with a tour guide. We appreciate that it's a popular destination and many of our friends have had the experience of enjoying the site. As with so many others we were enthralled at the size and presence of the tower and the beautiful environs. Must admit that as ...
... windows in the middle. They had the centre of the cathedral closed as they were setting up for an orchestra concert the next night. We avoided the large tour groups which ranged from small annoying children which seemed like they were following me, to the large amount of Asian tourists blatantly ignoring the no use of flash camera signs.
Once we were out of the cathedral we moved on to avoid the more crowds and walked along the Seine River. We reached a bridge covered ...
... preacher, Jacques Bénigne Bossuet (1627-1704), famous for his funeral orations and the city's bishop from 1682 to 1704.
Meaux is famous for L Appellation d’Origine Brie de Meaux (brie) and Moutarde de Meaux Pommery (mustard)
Musée de la Grande Guerre
This museum offers a new vision of the first ...
... foggy despite it being late morning/lunch time. The fog seemed to be coming instead of going and when we came out it was much thicker. As we walked inside they were singing hallelujah - sounded amazing. Mass was on so stopped and listened for a while - of course it was all in French. We walked back down the steps (only 200 I think) and walked back to our accommodation - through the seedy area and past moulin rouge again. Bought a ...
I’m not a fan of any shopping unless it involves cosmetics, food or beauty products. I stumbled across my absolute heaven in Paris: Galleries Lafayette, famed for its extraordinary Parfumerie. It stocks all the French names we have grown to expect in our local John Lewis: Chanel, Dior, Lancôme, Clarins...you get the idea. All of this is packed underneath an incredible 20th Century dome in the gorgeous, regal 8ème.