Best Western Hotel Victor Hugo
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Morning included a guided tour on our cosmos bus- we got to go inside Notre dame. The architecture and colours are stunning! However o would not like to go to church here as it is very daunting and scary. L'Open bus tours Eiffel Tower- Walked 700 stairs to the first level and couldn't go any further... Took me ages to come down the stairs as it was windy and the tower was ...
... and haberdashery and I had decided before leaving home that I wanted a good pair of embroidery scissors from them. I have put in lots of photos, especially for Heather, Marion and Robyn.
Along the way we passed some amazing shops, and there are a couple of pictures for Jacqui.
Also took a few of the hotel here as well.
Its been raining quite heavily today but is definitely cooler, hope it lasts.
... It ended up after eating our steaks that it was a horse meat restaurant. Not what I was really wanting, I hate horses.
Our first train out wasn't until 7pm so Kaye dragged me kicking and screaming to the Louvre. We queued for an hour and a half in 41c but got in. Kaye was very good and knowing my aversion to all things arty and cultured she took me to see the Egyptian room first. It was ok but it was so BIG. Do people genuinely enjoy ...
... arrived and it was lovely to meet up with Gareth, Joshua and Sophie. They have had a lovely few days and arrived in Paris from Frankfurt today. We went for a walk to an area where we had very good views of the Eiffel Tower. It had been raining earlier, so there were a lot do people out and about. We had a crepe, which was delicious, and then walked a little more before stopping at an ...
... stopped at a hole-in-the-wall crÍperie for a snack. Now, when I say this place was small, think just wide enough for a cooktop and the guy turning the crÍpes. THAT'S IT. It was small, but the crÍpes were good.
We wandered enough that eventually we happened upon the Moulin Rouge, now an entertainment hall for mostly tour groups, capitalizing on a popularity that skyrocketed as a result of the movie. It looks ...