Hotel de Seine
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
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... etc tickets). Beautiful weather. This is the highest point in the city.
"The Sacré-Coeur, consecrated in 1919, is one of the most iconic monuments in Paris. At the top of the Butte Montmarte, it has one of the most beautiful panoramic views of the capital, from more than 400 metres above ground. In a Roman-Byzantine style, the Sacré Coeur is
recognizable by its white colour. Inside the building, the ceiling is decorated with the ...
... them to work! But everyone helped each other, in various languages, and eventually we were all able to get a ticket. Next time I'll take the Roissy Bus downtown.
The 'B' train, part of the suburban train network of Paris and the Paris Metro, took me to Châtelet-Lest Halles Station. Châtelet-Lest Halles Station is huge and a bit of a nightmare. I found myself walking along seemingly endless corridors. It was undergoing construction and so the signage was improvised ...
... can still be as filthy as France. All along the highway coming in to Paris there was rubbish everywhere by the side of the road where people just throw anything out of their cars. The closer we got to Paris, the outskirts and the suburbs, it wasn't just rubbish out of the cars, it was masses of household rubbish dumped on every piece of available ground. Graffiti was also very bad. The streets of Paris were also filthy with dropped litter everywhere. The last time ...
... After dinner, we walked to the Pont Neuf (one of the many bridges with 'love locks' placed along the sides located near Notre Dame). From there, we were able to see the Eiffel Tower lit up for night viewing. We will go up during the day and hopefully at night as well. Sundays are sleepy around here, not too crowded. Perhaps it's the holidays and cold weather causing the diminished crowd. ...
... This was the end of our visit to the Louvre. There is roughly 17km full of exhibits so you can't see everything in one visit. We did not go to the 2nd floor and we saw fractions of the works on the 1st, Ground and Lower Ground floors. I am usually not a fan of art museums, but this one was pretty good, with a wide variety of types and styles of works.
It was no longer raining when we exited so we decided to take advantage of the weather ...