Best Western Le Saint Denis
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... to check out the Eiffel Tower at night. Words cannot do justice to the beauty of what we saw. Even the pictures capture only a small part of the experience, for it's not just the beauty of the structure but the feeling of love and romance that's is in the air that seem to make it what it is. We climbed up to the first floor, then the second. The views of the river Seine, Sacre Couer, the lit ...
Had a lazy day for my last day in Paris. Jo, David and I ventured up to Paris's biggest flea market in the morning for a spot of shopping. The markets are massive. More like a whole suburb than a market! Literally thousands of stalls (maybe tens of thousands!) with everything you can think of and more than a few that you would never imagine! I went to the ATM and got 200 euros out intending to do some ...
... through the old town and found the place where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake and the church built to honor her! Then we found a cafe and had a beer! We wanted to order dinner but they did not sell food until 7 pm. Europeans eat much later than us!! So we had another beer while waiting! We did enjoy all the people walking by and there was a huge marketplace set up -- enjoyed looking at that too! After dinner, we strolled back to our hotel and ...
Off to parc Monceau for a run, we are really needing it this morning! Nice day but Georgie still not feeling great. David and Michael dropped by to return a cotton blanket I had leant them as they were leaving later that day, we will miss their company. Then we were out and about. Down to Uniglo for a few purchases. Georgie wanted to get Cameron a shirt for his birthday and I needed to buy some of the heat tech tops ...
... a code to the fire department that in the event of an evacuation they should break those windows first as the art inside was of lower value. From there we visited Place de la Concorde which used to be called "Place de la Revolution" and was the site of the main guillotine that as part of the Reign of Terror executed King Louis XVI, queen Marie Antoinette, and eventually the main executioner himself: Maximilien Robespierre. From the square the Eiffel Tower could easily be seen, ...