Classics Hotel Bastille
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Greg is on this holiday also – so here is his contribution to our blog. Our local car scape. In our block we have cars ranging from a 1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass to a small Renault four-wheel single person car, but about half the vehicles in our area are motorbikes and motor scooters. From every nation in the world that produces them. Three wheel motor scooters, i.e. with two front wheels, seem to the current craze; but old Lambrettas ...
... in the sunshine. We could see the little Tuileries fair behind us with Ferris Wheel and other rides and could people watch as we had the gardens stretching in all directions. Why are big city parks so wonderful?
The day was winding down, but we decided to make one last stop in honor of Lindsay’s literature. We briskly walked to the metro and got off at Bastille. An enormous monument marks the spot of the Bastille which was stormed in 1789 ...
... countries! Doesn't work in places like England, Russia, etc... Today is a little rainy so we are trying to figure out the best possible plan to tackle the many sites or Paris in three short days! After we got into our room, and took some pictures o the effort tower down the street, and then grabbed some food. After eating we took the metro to the arch de triumph. From there we walk all the way ...
... gal who got on easily with our group and we spent the next couple of hours conversing about everything from travel to living in Canada to families! Three hours later and we were finally in! For a mere16€. The Catacombes have a sadly haunting history. Begun in 1781 as a way to relieve overflowing cemeteries in the city and make use of tunnels and caverns made underground for the mining of limestone. Over the course of two years, the remaining ...
... They took individual soldiers who died on D-Day and who are buried in the cemetery, and they told their stories. How one was a star athlete in college, but wanted to serve his country and enlisted. How one loved the Wisconsin farm he was raised on and wanted to make sure the same freedoms were afforded his children. They read letters from the boys (some as young as 17) to their families. They spoke to relatives of the men, sons, ...