Hotel Croix De Malte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with success, i might add). Had a good look around, however the queue was way too long to go up, (neither of us had the patience),so headed off to a bar around the corner for a champagne, just in time to miss the down pour, and see a wedding come for photos, as the bar had a great vantage point of the tower.
Back on the metro for my birthday dinner at an Italian restaurant near the hotel, just what i felt ...
... that housed the Tomb.
The architecture was amazing, so many intricate designs around the outside of the building, I couldn't wait to get inside, the inside of cathedrals are known to have amazing ceilings and paintings. The cathedral didn't disappoint, the stained glass at the far end of the cathedral was brilliant, the ceiling was incredibly high, there were lights lining ...
... walk around a little bit more. There is Phil, the ex army now a drone operator for an army contractor and Bryan, a recent San Diego State graduate. Yes, I met another Bryan so don't get confused! After our refreshing drink on the Champs Élysées, bryan and I met Charlotte and she was taking us to the Champs Élysées Film Festival! I figured this is a very French thing to do so I broke my vow of never going to a movie. Plus, how often do ...
... Spent quite a bit of time in the prison where Marie Antionette was prior to being beheaded, that was really interesting. It's a place called the conciergerie. It was a palace first then became a prison. Marie's cell was reconstructed on the actual site of her dungeons. Hopped on the metro and went to Printemps, like Gallarie Lafayette, for a spot of shopping. Got lost again, ...
... off again at around 8:30pm, we grabbed a quick bite to eat, jumped on the metro and headed back to the tower. The crowds were still there but had subsided slightly. With our booking, we could go straight to the front of the queue and into the lift. We got up to the 2nd level of the tower and being scared of heights, I did find the lift ride a bit scary. Ha ha. It was a few degrees colder and on the west side the wind was strong but the view was awesome. There wasn't ...