Campanile Maine Montparnasse
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... br> We stayed for four days at a hostel a little bit off the centre of Paris, in the "Loft Hostel". It's very cheap to sleep there and we only paid 20€ for a night.
What we liked most about Paris was the Eiffel Tower! The only down side was that the area around the Eiffel Tower is really crowded. However you should pay the Tower a visit, because it is definitely worth it. Especially at sunset and at night it is very beautiful to look at ...
... the Basilica was warm and we could defrost. We wandered around and were in awe of the huge painting on the ceiling and sheer grand nature of the place. After warming up we went back outside to wait for the sun to rise. After waiting a good half our in the freezing temps I realised we didn't have to be here so early. We kept making visits inside the church to defrost and then back out to watch the sun rise over the rooftops of Paris. We ...
... looking at the different fruits and vegetables as well as the other local produce. Then some retail therapy including passion fruit chocolate from the Lindt shop. Will tell you tomorrow how that tastes.
A free night tonight before an early start to Bordeaux. Stopping at Boise and Tour on the way.
Paris is an amazing city. Many of the building are between 5 and 8 storeys with wrought iron balconies with flower boxes. Most of the ...
... me (and my jam).
Seven flights of stairs after walking around the city….didn’t love it.
Had purposefully avoided having a crepe for entrée at lunch time – as I planned to have one of my Carrefours bought galettes for dinner….but Mitch prepared a fantastic platter of fresh baguette and savouries (supposedly as a snack) and we ended up eating a considerable quantity of that instead. Oh well – there’s always tomorrow :-)
... which were swing
chimed. These bells were meant to replace nine which were removed from
the cathedral during the Revolution and were rung for various services
and festivals. The bells were once rung by hand before ...