BEST WESTERN Parc des Expos
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... we did a little more research on the best days and hours to visit the Louvre. All were unanimous in suggesting that the nights the museum is open late are the most enjoyable, so we try our luck tonight - a what luck! We breeze through security, stand in line for tickets with maybe 7 other people, and literally waltz right into the Denon wing to see the grand galleries. What a breath of fresh air! We stroll through ...
What a great experience it was today! After a bit of a hiccup with the tickets for the 'hop on, hop off' bus we finally made our way around what could be called the main route for sight seers in Paris. It was absolutely history overload with our earphones plugged in to all the information offered by the tour guide. From The Louvre to Notre-Dame ...
... down Blvd de Sepastopol to try and find Notre Dame Cathedral.
Eventually we got there and walked through it. Another big church! I was feeling hot and my head was aching so I wanted to go home. Then, just as we were leaving, an English tour started and Dad insisted on doing it. So then I had to wait ages until it was finished - so boring. Although, Maddy seemed to quite enjoy it and she even learnt about the Crown of Thorns that are housed inside ...
... Once up the stairs on the other side we visited a monument of King Henry IV, the only "good" king of France, who it is said gave a chicken to every poor family and hence the phrase "a chicken in every pot". We visited the love lock bridge, which is famous because it was the same bridge used in the last scene of Sex and the City. The padlocks on the bridge have gotten so bad that the council is having to erect ugly wooden boards to stop people attaching them - and I read ...
... receptionist if she could organise corn flakes and cold milk for the morning and she reassured me she would. Time will tell. The weather continued to be cold and wet but Michael and I bravely decided to go to the top of the Eiffel Tower. The queue was not as long as we had been warned so within 20 minutes we had boarded the lift and arrived at level 2. The views were amazing, a shame about the low clouds affecting how far we could see. Lots of photos taken then up to the top. The ...