Hotel de Notre Dame "Maitre Albert"
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... it was stuck in traffic and stabbed him
to death. There are two different sights to check out that mark the
place where Henri IV was killed. Both are located on the Rue de la Ferronnerie, but one is a few dozen paces away from the other one.
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Henri IV was the king of France from 1589 to 1610, right up until he went and got himself assassinated in broad ...
... strip to find another side of the area. The street was filled with sex shops filled with all sorts of costumes and paraphernalia. After another serving of Nutella crepes we headed back and packed ready for our first Busabout ride to Bruges. Our day ended with all of us watching the Wimbeldon final between Djokovic and Federer, with the Serbian winning after 5 sets. All in all the sights of Paris I loved. From the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triumph and the ...
... 50 ticket and ride all day and night as long as you don't ascend the stairs and leave the system. We have seen some interesting things in the Metro tunnels. Some of the tunnels are narrow and the walls plastered with movie posters and advertising. However, in some stations where five or six lines intersect, the tunnels and pathways are wide. We've seen several accordion playing men with cups for donations from travelers. In one station tunnel, we heard ...
... to be back at the hotel to prepare ourselves for the main event!!! The 50th birthday party was fabulous. The guest of honour had 3 outfits for the occasion and really we'd have expected nothing less. There was singing, dancing cake, food and no shortage of champagne and otherwise intoxicating beverages leading to carrying on past 2am. In the morning I was not hungover quite to my delight, though we still had an easy and slow morning. Mum, Sammie, Terry, Elena ...
... their terraces are packed with tourists paying inflated prices, along with those who simply want to sit at a Left Bank cafe and contemplate the meaning of life.
After a brief shopping detour at Monoprix (a French version of our Target chain), we walked past the Church of St.-Sulpice (prominently featured in Dan Brown's novel "The Da Vinci Code" a few years ago) to the Luxembourg Gardens for lunch at its outdoor cafe. ...