Hotel De Buci
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Gaulle for the beginning of our quick 3 day Spring Break trip together. This now marks the 3rd Spring Break I've celebrated since graduating college and definitely don't plan on stopping any time soon. After quickly dropping our things in our Airbnb apartment just outside Marais, we began our touristy trek, visiting Montmarte and Sacre Couer, wandering to Arc de Triomphe and down Champs and the Seine through Tulieres back to the apartment before an evening ...
... chocolate ganache from Beaune (good thing we hadn't tasted it in Beaune, or we'd have had to buy a new suitcase to fill with those!), we joined the group to walk a few blocks to our restaurant of the evening. We had the upstairs to ourselves. Again, a fine meal, with smaller portions than in Italy. There was kir (cassis and white wine mixed) before dinner and wine with dinner, and we both opted for the creme brûlée for dessert. Martin announced that those who wished could ...
... while standing in the road and it's a miracle no one is killed. We finished the day by getting tickets for the Hop On Hop Off bus which would cover us for 2 days and included a cruise on the Seine.
We finished the day by having a galette (savoury) crepe and a Croque Monsieur in a little cafe around the corner from our apartment. We have very quickly adopted the French habit of dining late at night but we can only manage something light.
Today was our first day in Pairs and we had a very late start. I woke up around 9:00am but didn't eat breakfast till almost 11:00am. When we finally did decide to leave our apartment we started by just walking around the streets of Paris. It wasn't very busy around where we were staying and I think that was because it was Bastille day in Paris. Bastille day is a day where people celebrate with parades and fireworks. After wondering around for ...
... by Louis V to be built as a church to honour St Genevieve. It was commenced in 1755 and completed in 1790. Over the years it has been used for different purposes and since 1885 it has been used only for secular purposes. This coincided with the funeral for Victor Hugo. So it went from a Christian basilica to "temple of the nation", according to the literature. It is enormous and they are currently undertaking a 10 year program of restoration, so ...