Hotel de Seine
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... find other 'monuments' created in the years before catacomb renovations, such as a source-gathering fountain baptised "La Samaritaine" because of later-added engravings. There are also rusty gates blocking passages leading to other 'unvisitable' parts of the catacombs – many of these are either un-renovated or were too un-navigable for regular tours. I was tempted to sneak in, but didn't. The tour is about 1 hour. I ascend through another spiraling stairwell ...
... way to go. Took forever to get to Ste Marie Madeleine & needed to alight the bus due to overfull bladder issues! Dropped into a café & ordered an espresso. One bladder taken care of. I was too scared to go to the loo cos the staff wore army boots! At least one of the female staff! Jumped back on the green bus & finally got to the blue bus not far along from Notre Dame. Lots of police presence both on the Champs Elysees & Rue St Jacques. Not sure what was going ...
... to the Musee de l'Armee, the place of Napoleon Bonepart's tomb via the pretty Parisian parks. Before we went to the museum we stopped off for food at what looked like a typical street restaurant but turned out to be a Maroccan restaurant. Dar Lyakout. I ordered the chicken cous cous which turned out to be a huge turrine of vegetables, cooked morrocan , with chicken and cous cous and extras like lentils and sultanas on the side. Quite nice but a bit filling. Marianne ...
... paintings in the main one over the altar and the nave. Quite modest in comparison to St Peters in Rome or the Palais Versailles. Spent a bit of time wandering the streets of Montmartre. Certainly is an interesting part of Paris with its narrow streets and steps down to the rest of town. Managed to go in the opposite direction to where we wanted to go and ended up catching the metro to our destination. Map reader had a bad day! Had a look at ...
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Yesterday was good as I managed a great sleep last night and so here I am, having taken a normal bus ride round Paris, like a Parisian, and think I have got my bearings to a small degree although this morning still walked in the opposite direction when along a main Boulevarde . Still no matter, as it is a little like Mandurah as if you ...