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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Woke up early but no noise! Laid awake until the bin men came then got up. It was 6 o'clock! Shower and hair-wash and down to our local cafe for tea and coffee. People kept arriving so by the time we left I was bouncing ! We checked out and took the metro to the cemetery where we saw Jim Morrisons grave, Edith Piaf family grave, Oscar Wilde ...
... we know how bad they are. Since then, we've seen so many others struggling with heavy suitcases.
Taken overall though, we love the place, with the positives well and truly outweighing the negatives.
All of that is an aside to the report of the day's activities. With Mary's feet still causing her a bit of trouble we decided not to commit to too ambitious a program. First we headed to Tuileries, where Mary sat herself down with her Kindle while Brian ...
... quiche. Then back onto the metro, change trains and end up at the bottom of the hill to the basilica. We hiked through the touristy street and up to the top....more stairs! We toured the building, took a walk around the art district where street artists will sketch and awesome picture of you, and snacked on crepes (mine with nutella and bananas). We bought some french cheese at a little market and headed home to rest our weary feet. Sorry this was so long but we did a ...
... to get some sleep, so we could enjoy our last day in Paris, which was also our last day of the trip before heading home.
Day 17: We started the day with a guided bus tour of the city, which was very relaxing. It was a rainy day, so it was nice to start the day on the bus. We made a quick stop at the Eiffel Tower but didn't stay long because we were coming back at night. We then walked around Avenue des Champs-Élysées, which was amazing ...
... 1914-1918], through innovative scenography illustrating the great changes and upheavals in society that resulted from it.
Art and history museum, situated in the old episcopal palace, it takes its name from the famous orator and theologian Jacques Bénigne Bossuet, Bishop of Meaux.