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August 3rd - Another lovely day, temperatures are a bit cooler only 26C and at last I got to see Paris. We took the bus from the campsite to Porte Maillot where we took the metro for the two stops to the Arc de Triomphe.
We had to wait 45 minutes in the tunnel to get tickets to the top but it was worth it for the stunning 360 degree …
... beautiful stained glass and statues.
Once we visited St. Peter's, we walked to Sacre Coeur, a bigger and more richly decorated church. Sacre Coeur was smaller than Notre Dame but bigger than St. Peter's. It also had a very impressive frontal exterior, one which was inferior to Notre Dame in the size department. It also was set right on an overlook on Montmarte. From the front of the church, one could see all of Paris. It ...
... it where we decided we would return the next day with wine and cheese! We did a 4 hour bike tour with fat boy bikes which was a great way to see the sites of Paris as everything is so spread out. We were in a group of 30 and about 26 were American. Most streets in Paris had bike lanes and cars are to give way to bikes. The bike riders are to use their palm of power where you would stick your hand out so that they would know to stop for you (this was not recommended ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamping du Bois de Boulogne Paris
Very expensive campsite but it is central Paris and nothing here is cheap. Toilets were reasonably clean and the female staff were attentive and helpful, the male staff appeared not to do anything in the 3 days we were there.
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