Domaine du Verbois
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... buildings lining the street with a straight view of the Assemblee Nationale (gold domed building). We also spotted a view of Winston Churchill's statue. At this point it was nearing 6:30PM, so we grabbed another Uber back to our hotel. Time to freshen up and catch the sunset at Sacre-Coeur followed by dinner and a fun evening out in the Red Light District, and 11PM show at Moulin Rouge! Looking forward to sharing our stories about this evening tomorrow! Au Revoir for ...
... and shrubbery, but there is one area, the King's Garden, which had some lovely floral displays, and some nice lawn area. The azaleas were beautiful, some bulbs still in bloom and rhododendrons ready to burst forth. The other area we loved was the Orangerie. We didn't make it in time to see the fountain working, but the area can be viewed from above, and there are beautiful parterre gardens, and I surmised probably a thousand citrus ...
... our way back to the hotel to get ready for Moulin Rouge. In our finest gear(not too fancy as we were travelling after all) we caught the Metro to Montmartre an had some dinner at the Irish pub next door, O'Sullivans. It had a great atmosphere, cheap cocktails and the food was delicious. We ate then went next door and was shown through the front doors into the foyer of the Moulin Rouge. It certainly wasn't what I was expecting. I though you would go straight into the theatre and ...
... and refilled our litre bottles with a Cote du Rhone and dry white, all for the grand total of 9 Euros about$14-$15. I went off discovering the shops while Laurie studied the local paper, there are the most amazing shops in this labyrinth of streets, the more you delve, the more there are. Had a night at home drinking our cheap wine with a home cooked meal, sans ...
... Planet told me that). At the top, it offered amazing views over Paris in the distance and Montmartre below. I was going to say it "affords one of Paris' most spectacular panoramas", but Lonely Planet also said that too. Once we'd taken that in, we headed down and into Montmartre, a really artistic suburb of Paris. It was characterised by tightly packed beautiful buildings, heaps of cafés, and winding cobblestone streets - gorgeously quintessential France! ...