Hotel Champs-Elysees Friedland
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... were actually okay.
Our last night in Europe, not quite what we planned but funny and memorable anyway, and a couple of drinks to sign off with!
Ciao, Au revoir, Bok!
Phil- Long day, but that's what happens when you travel. Watching Wendy stand to her full height and give the staff, who were doing a bad job, a bit of encouragement was very funny. All makes for fun times away.
Look out Australia, we is coming home.!!,
... through the Tuileries gardens - beautiful, near the Louvre... We walked to The Hotel des Invalides and saw Napoleon's tomb - very impressive! Plus, we saw a ton of military weaponry. Then we walked along the Champs Elysee and had a tremendously expensive cup of coffee each and a shared lemon meringue pie which was divine. We walked to the Arc de Triomph and scaled the 282 steps up a narrow ...
... in to recover from the hours of walking and too little sleep. At this point we’d been walking for almost 7 hours and hadn’t had any significant sleep since Saturday night. A very short, controlled nap, followed by a trip to the Montparnasse tower was the order of the day.... Well, it’s 10 pm and Cathy’s not woken up yet…I think we’re in for the night and heading off for a full-day exploration ...
... other 3 fast asleep, they are missing some great countryside, rolling green hills, sheep, cattle, farmhouses and the odd castle. Anyway till later. Guy Arrived at our two bedroom unit in Montmartre, only a couple of metres away from the Sacre-Coeur. Taxi to get here was an experience the taxi driver lady had no idea of where our flat was, so map boy had to sit in ...
... Montmatre and the Sacre Couer. Montmatre is a small district that is know for its street artists (wearing berets and sporting very wispy mustaches) and old timey looking buildings, and in this district, on the top of the hill, is the Sacre Coeur. A beautiful church overlooking the city of Paris. We made it to the top, after a long 6 or so flights of stairs (again, always finding the highest point in every city, our legs are going to be rock hard when we get ...