Hotel De Buci
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... it goes well into the night. On our first morning rising we enjoyed a cup of strong espresso to help get us going, something neither of us drink at home but I don’t think we could move without it. We got ourselves packed up and headed out for the day’s adventure, first stop the Louvre which was just a few blocks walking distance from our flat. The morning was bustling with scooters and cars and people ...
... in search for the toilette. I have to talk about the toilets, they are disgusting. It was unisex and it seems to be the norm to pee everywhere but in the bowl. Nor is their any handwash!
We managed to find our way back to the apartment in the dark and settled down. Doug was quite disappointed that of the 300 odd channels on TV, the only English ones are news channels. He hasn't quite grasped the fact that we're in a non English speaking country yet!
... br> - Musee D'Orsay
>largest collection of impressionist and post impressionist art in the world
> used to be an old railway station
- National Assembly
> house of parliament
>mirrors mandolin church
>4 statues represent states
- Palais Garnier
... and accurate directions the first time. Departing on the train is no different, 3rd person we talk to is a cop and we finally get the right info for getting on the train to Paris.
On the train from Chessy to Paris at 10pm with a group of 4 seats to ourselves...we aren't moving for anyone! Arrived in Paris at 11, walked up 3 levels of subway to find ourselves in the middle of a huge street festival. Luckily we bumped into a friendly group of kids ...
Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame & The Louvre - how is that for a day! Left the hotel at 8.00am. First item on itinerary was a tour of London sites. Revisiting some from last night but very different in the day. Saw Arc de Triumph, and Champs Élysées from the coach. May 8th marks the end of WW11 for Europe so public holiday today and no traffic - able to drive right up to the arch just before the road was closed for a ...