Euro Hotel Sovereign Saint Denis
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... Chase...."look kids there's Big Ben") We were then first in line at the Eiffel Tower to ascend to the second level. We had the deck just about to ourselves for a while and Andrew again went mad with the photos! It was very cold this morning and windy. A warm coffee in the cafe warmed us up and it was back on the bus to do some more touring. Many of the group were ...
... our map and saw a china town in paris, maybe 2 Kms from where we were. Sounds like a good idea. So we walked to china town! So glad we did because we found a really great Asian supermarket , some delicious and cheap spring rolls and some funny shops. It was a nice walk there too with lots of street art and things to photograph. After china town Paul decided that he really wanted Burger King for dinner and he had seen one at st lazaare train station in the north. So ...
... no problem. We had the distinct feeling that this bottle had been tried on others as he put the cork in it and had a chat with another waiter and wandered off with it. I orderede salmon and it came in a pesto sauce. Very good and then the warm chocolate cake was handed over to Mick. It bucketed down while we were in the restaurant and then stopped raining before we left. So all good. Home to sleep for the first night in a lovely room with a great sloping ceiling with a window in it. ...
... The chestnut was good, but very rich (ice was glad I only had one scoop) but the best flavour of them all was the salted caramel. It had the perfect balance of sweet and salty that made you crave for more... I was slightly envious. We walled up to the Arch de Triumph, sat under it and had a little sing along with the iPod. Feeling revived though song, we meandered out way through the Parisian street back the Louvre, in the hope that ...
... some beautiful ribbon and fabric patches as a memento and it was finally time to head up the hill. There are two ways of going up, one is to take the stairs which are numerous, the second is to take the funicular which is a small carriage like an elevator that takes you to the top. This is what we took and what a view! After many snaps we headed out of the now extreme heat into the coolness of the basilica. We quickly found a pew to sit down in and ...