BEST WESTERN Premier Opera Richepanse
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... and we weren't sure how to interpret that sign! Access was via a crowded underground tunnel, but a few tourists 'bravely' (stupidly) crossed the traffic to get there, miraculously arriving unharmed at the arch. The arch houses a memorial 'Tomb of the Unknown Soldier" and Eternal Flame; the names of major battles are carved in the rock, brass plaques commemorating significant events in French military history such as the signing of the Treaty of Versailles which ended ...
... had an amazing architectural dome that Paul could admire whilst we looked at other things!
We tried our best, but with limited success enjoyed mostly by Madeline and Adele. We did however manage to buy an extra suitcase to transport all the souvenirs in!
The day ended with a final "Italian meal" and a walk through the Tuilleries Gardens which although at our doorstep we had not yet managed to wander through.
Au revoir Paris, until we come ...
So then we took a taxi to Sacre-Coeur at Montmartre... A good move as we then only needed to walk down! The view was good though hazy, the basilica was very nice and it is something I always wanted to see inside. The area, however, is tres-touristy - with souvenir shops EVERYWHERE! We walked down to the bottom of the hill and hailed another taxi home.
We are now sitting in our apartment having wine from the local store (much better and ...
... all over Paris! Typically the sweethearts' names or initials are inscribed on the padlock, and its key is thrown away to symbolize unbreakable love.
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After sleeping in a litte, we eased out into a cold Paris morning to satisfy our new morning addiction...patisserie for some sweets! The same quiet streets from yesterday were packed with fruit and vegetable stands, bread tables, full meat coolers and fresh fish...lines of people tasting and bartering, quite the scene! We headed to the Catacombs and the line wrapped around the block, so we took our sweets from Moisan, le pain bio a l'ancienne to ...