Hotel Chateau Frontenac
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... of the week was Sunday evening, only a few hours before my 21st Birthday. Shannen and I climbed over 300 steps on the windiest spiral staircase ever to the top of the Sacré Cœur, and watched as the sun set over Paris. We probably stayed there for an hour or so but I wish I could've been there for another 100 hours. It was so perfect. The city is so massive and beautiful, so many pretty buildings, picturesque skyline, but of course, the Eiffel Tower is so prominent also. One ...
... for a lovely experience. Over the 7 hour flight to Amsterdam we slept about 5 hours in total, broken by meal service and excited discussion about our month in Europe. This has been a day of firsts. For Justin, this was his first Trans-Atlantic flight and his first time being surrounded by mostly non-English and non-French speaking people. He tried to engage a fellow passenger in friendly conversation, but the man just pointed and ...
... is very beautiful...mum and dad do a walking tour for us, showing the Opera house (which our area is named after of course) then towards the Ritz Paris (where Diana last stayed) which of course is being renovated lol. We found a cafe not far from the Seine. Had a much needed coffee top up and food! And we were soon on our way. We walked to the Louvre and looked around.... Then we decided to buy tickets for the hop on hop off bus, we did the ...
... and pressure washing the front of the building so it was hard to park anywhere close and it was pretty noisy. Also, the flooring on our level,, it felt like they just had a bunch of 2x4's laid down for the floor and stretched carpet over it, it was easy to find "soft spots" that I likely could have jumped through. The room was very small but very pricey. I would like to go back to this hotel in 2 years and see how it is with all of the renovations because like ...
... that they came from and when they were deposited in the Catacombs. We really enjoyed our visit at the Catacombs. Yes it is a bit creepy, however it is respectful of the dead and celebrates the people it holds, rather than makes fun of them or degrades them. It is hard to believe that the remains of six million people are held here, although in some places the stacks of bones are 10-15 m deep. It is an amazing historical record and gives you an idea of the problems Paris ...