Etap Paris Porte D'Orleans
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several supermarkets and shops around
close to Metro station (8 minutes walk)
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... Montmarte and we checked out the inside of the Sacré-Coeur basilica. There is an impressive mosaic over the alter of Jesus, a dove for the Holy Spirit and God. I think it is the 12 apostles on one side but I don't know who the people on the other side are.
There was a crowd on the steps below the basilica taking in the view of Paris. We dined at one of the local tourist trap cafés (poor quality, overpriced food) and around 10pm the street lights ...
... was on a separate floor to their apartment so we were happy that we had our own space for the duration.
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Our hotel in Tain L'Hermitage was ideally situated beside the bridge crossing the Rhone river. From the 2 balconies in our first floor room we had a magnificent view of the town of Tournon on the other side of the river. It is set at the base of a steep hill that has a number of vineyards, some forest and a few medieval towers and chateaus. We were in the heart of the Cote du Rhone wine area and, on arrival we wasted no time in heading ...