Emeraude Hotel Helios Opera
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... was really cool to see.
After we met our tour guide, he gave us some history of Paris as well as the Eiffel Tower. Also with our Eiffel tower ticket, we received a boat ticket that we could use anytime of day. The boat ride is down the Seine River and we decided we would take the ride at night, so we could see Paris lit up. Our guide went with us to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower. That is where the tour ended and we ...
... to other side of the station and catch train to Invalides. CHECK
7. Get another train to Champs de May ( Tour de Eiffel station). CHECK. What a funny train this was - looked more like ours with the upstairs and downstairs seating. But I doubt you would see flowers and prints decorating the walls and ceilings. Its seem partly modern, party old-world. But it got the job and within two stops and 200 metres and an hour after leaving the Louvre, we were ...
... with mum and dad as they were off to see Grandad in hospital. I remember while waiting at the station there was the loudest crisp cruncher ever eating a bag of Monster Munch. Having lived in China, I'm used to loud eating, but this was something else entirely! Fortunately no slurping though, that's always the worst! Adam had got on the train at Sheffield so when it arrived I just made my way to where he was sitting, all set up with his mp3 player, phone and one of the books that ...
... mile palace and garden. Every room was made of gold, 700 rooms in total! He went to this palace a lot with his mistresses, including the famous Marie Antoinette. Just an absolute beautiful place. The walls of every room were covered in gold. The murals were absolute gorgeous...something you would see in a church. The ceilings were painted beautifully, every one having a special meaning and symbolizes him being the "sun God". His chambers were just something you had ...
... with freshly roasted jambon & grilled fromage. SO GOOD! Check out the pictures to see how they melt the cheese under a hot lamp, and then cut the oozy cheese onto the sandwich. Delicious! We also tried mulled wine, which we were both a little hesitant to try it (hot wine!) but we are so glad we did! It tasted like hot cider. Yum-o!
After Champs Elysee we walked back through the shopping plaza of Paris and grabbed a Taxi to Sacre Coeur (Sacred Heart). Sacre ...