Kyriad Linas Monthlery
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I gave a news update followed by a sermon supported by some slides projected on a screen. Afterwards we enjoyed some juice and cake provided by the ladies and talked for a couple of hours. My visits are not as frequent as I would like in Paris, so we try to take advantage of them as much as possible. There are challenges in being few in number and scattered, but our members here are ...
... shoes and pointed my nose at the structure marking the end of the Champs de Élysées and began walking. After walking through parks, up the Élysées, giving directions to a Chinese couple trying to get to the closed Louve, dodging Americans and Germans dresses in their Sunday best trying to look like they belonged among the exclusive shops, I finally reached the magnificent structure. I bought a ticket to the top and climbed the 5,000 or so ...
... prices. Good to look at though. I've decided I'm not really a big cheese person. I like cheese but not enough to buy all the different varieties there are here. Some of them literally have fluffy mould growing on them. I'm sure there are some really yummy ones but not worth buying for one. Next I continued walking down till I hit the Seine. Wandered along past the little stalls selling books, paintings, souvenirs etc. I want to buy some prints before I leave ...
... ride on the River Seine (included a glass of champagne!), up and around Notre-Dame, after which we walked/Metro-ed to L'Arc de Triomphe, and later a wander through the streets of St. Germaine. Packed a lot in really. Day 29. New Metro ticket (due to the loss of the 2-day pass the previous day!). Off to Montmartre, to explore up there. Such a different day, a mist covering the whole city. Walked up and down a few steps! Back to our hotel by 4pm to start our long journey ...
... 6.15pm so we did have a bit of time to kill, so decided to go to the Montmartre area to see the cathedral Sacre Coeur. Stephanie had been before & recommended it and despite Max's 'reservations' about going to 'another church' he was finally 'persuaded'! (Enticements of ice cream may have had something to do with it!). Unfortunately the weather had decided it was autumn here & it was raining a misty rain, but had pretty much stopped when ...