Comfort Hotel Saint Pierre
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... Crossing the footbridge once more, I made my way back to Sainte-Chapelle and endured the wait in the queue and was well rewarded. Any visitor to Paris should try to see this beautiful little Chapel with its Gothic exterior and most amazingly detailed stained glass windows. It was apparently built to house relics, the most important of which is purported to be crown of thorns worn by Christ at his crucifixion. The relic is now housed at ...
... red light district' where, as our guide put it, 'ladies of the horizontal trade' could be found in the evenings. (As an interesting side note; when Cathy and I were chatting with her German friend Beatte about our trip and told her we'd done a tour of Hamburg, her first question was "Did you visit the red-light district? -- clearly it's a major draw in the city :)
Though much of the tour was conducted from the bus, we did get to stop, take pictures, and learn a ...
A busy day today. We had to leave the hotel at 8.15 to walk down to the metro at the Victor Hugo
station and then catch the train to the Charles de Gaulle Station and change trains and go to the Tuileries station where we were to meet are guide for our Paris tour today. We started the tour at 9.30 and we walked to the Louvre for our first tour. Our guide took us to see some of the more famous works of art in the gallery. We saw some special works ...
... Dame as we can pretty much start wandering around by foot. Today was a wander around Paris day so we were not going to line up or go into anything as we have some of that coming up over the next few days. We spent the next few hours walking around and discovering all the places we have heard about for years and years....Pont Neuf, Pont des Arts which has all the padlocks all over it, Musee d'orsay, jardin Des Tuileries, the Louvre, place de la Concorde and then the ...
Due to all the Eurostar trains being booked on this day, we were presented with another day in Paris. Oh noooo, sounds terrible right ha. So with this extra day we first decided to sleep in, the constant travel and lack of sleep had finally been getting to us so some rest was much needed. But we did wake up before noon and made it out to Versailles fairly promptly. Now everyone who I have talked to has said that Versailles is a must see, and ...