Citadines Montmartre Paris
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Today was a busy day... This morning, we met Claude (aka: Miss Lunch for our Food Guru tour at her restaurant. For the tour, Claude took us to an organic patisserie where we each selected a breakfast pastry to enjoy as we walked through the neighborhood to a small cafe to grab a quick coffee before our market tour. Claude walked us through the Bastille Market, pointing out several unique finds including ...
... her pink beret!
After some reluctance at first, one of my favourite days was hiring the city bikes and riding all over the place. We started near Notre Dame and rode past the impressive Hotel de Ville (city hall) to the covered passageways and fancy Galleries Lafayette shopping area around to Opera Garnier (of Phantom of the Opera fame). We continued to the Montmartre area where we ditched the bikes near the Moulin Rouge and opted to go on foot to explore the hilly area from ...
... got to Juillet at about 6.00pm. Decided to eat in so off to the supermarket for supplies. That was an interesting adventure! Managed to buy grapes & tomatoes after being sent back to get them weighed & priced! Thank god for pictures Shirl commented. Also purchased some soft cheese, meat, beetroot dip & baguette de campagne. Yum, yum! Managed to get our washing done after a wee confusion with the operation & not requiring washing powder we found out after the ...
We slept in today, only needing one three hour train to get to Paris! Went got on the train and had to pay a little extra because we didn't book our seats earlier. I think you have to book an hour before the train is suppose to leave. For those who may travel Europe via eurail pass it is a great way to travel. Just hop on a train show your pass when they ask for the ticket and your good to go! I wouldn't ...
... we had no idea on how to get to our hotel. We ended up just taking a taxi, which was ridiculously expensive (theme of the weekend). But I tried to use my one level of Rosetta Stone French to talk to the cab driver. I told him three legit phrases: 1) The address of our hotel. 2) He has a nice car. 3) I like cheese. An idea of some other things I probably said very wrongly were "We studies in Spain," "I have 3 days in Paris" and "I no know French." He laughed at my attempts, ...