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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Sometimes you have to hope that the weather cooperates. And sometimes you just have to exercise a little patience and, eventually, things will turn out. Or you just have to come back another day, another time, maybe even another vacation. Today was all about trying again later.
Today we found ourselves on Ile de la Cité, which is the historically centre of town. It is also where the Notre Dame cathedral is ...
... memorable visit. Notre Dame is a gotta see in Paris.
A short stroll across the Pont Saint-Louis bridge back to Ile Saint-Louis, we had a light dinner at the Le Saint-Regis café and began our French fat accumulation with some delicious ice cream from the world famed Berthillon’s. Off to the apartment and a welcome sleep in a reclined position instead of the economy class upright position of Delta. Life is good. ...
Sorry, I should explain that the coloured lines are the bus lines, 4 different colours for each area of the city.
Today we planned to see the Left Bank and Montmartre. We had breakfast at a cafe called La Source, where I had petit dejeuner francais, which was cafe au lait, orange juice, and a croissant with jam. Craig had the Anglais version (English) which just adds an omelette, but everything comes with a beautiful ...
... pictures, talking, getting close to the painting/sculptures. In London I was scolded for putting my camera over the line - here people are everywhere and it appears to be pretty much a free for all. I guess that is nice to feel you are getting the full experience. Going around the various halls - have no idea if I missed any big exhibits, but felt like I received lots of new styles/art that I would have never seen before. Although I do not ...
Jake and I spoke to a few of the people sitting near us on the bus as we made our way to Dover, to catch the ferry to Calais. We all took photos of the White Cliffs of Dover, and before we knew it we were getting our passports out for the border crossing.
On the ferry, we bought some lunch and had the chance to meet some more of our tour mates before we arrived in Calais and made our way to the campsite in ...