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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... collapses and rebuildings, although the additional or stretched buttresses are apparent. It was cold inside the cathedral, and we were amused by how all of the older lady helpers still wore their jackets and scarves.
From the cathedral, we walked around the charming old town, which was still asleep, this being a grey, cold Sunday morning. The small houses line the canals, and the ground floors have mostly been turned into bars and restaurants. ...
... 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 ...
... oldies (in their forties?) and a few couples but good overall. We generally spend one day on the bus then one day touring which is exhausting but a great way to see everything. After arriving in Paris we checked in then went to a local restaurant which we had snails (which are delish), authentic French onion soup and chicken and vegie ragout which was super yummy. Afterwards we went on a city lights tour to see the main attractions at ...
... that Stuart couldn't understand. Great experience and love the cut. We head off to the Louve, stopping along the way to pick up fruit and nuts. Fruit is very expensive here, punnet of strawberries are 10 euro . While walking we come across an artist and purchase a few pencil drawings. As we get closer to the Louve we come upon Pont des Arts bridge. We put our love lock on and throw our keys into the Seine river. Stephen Hurley, the story goes in Paris, a couple ...
... on the windows to enjoy them, as that is about all I took. Eventually, I've wandered for hours and need some food, so find a cafe that does pizza and sit inside, but I'm at a table for four, so the waiter asks me to move to the table just vacated next to me. "The dirty one?", I ask. He cleans it, and hates me for the rest of the day. The pizza is huge and quite tasty. I'm facing a cute square, right behind the Pompidou centre, so people watching is ...