Evergreen Laurel Hotel
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Not really in the city centre,but when u r on the tour its great
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... the request for silence as it is a place of worship. The stained glass windows are beautiful and it's hard to believe that craftsman were able to make such elaborate designs all those years ago (it was built across the 12th and 13th centuries). We headed home early today because we all needed a rest, but if the weather is better tomorrow, we're hoping to visit Giverny and Monet's Garden.
... Years Eve festivities
We climbed a couple of hundred stairs that would've resembled the castle hill climb in order to reach Sacre-Coeur. Instead of the death defying humidity joining us, we had pick pocketers jumping in and around us instead. At the top we were greeted with Christmas markets which lined the walkway to the church. The church was beautiful and the sight over Paris was lovely. I lit a candle inside the church for the new year ...
... Pouring rain outside. But undeterred, we still ventured forth but with brollies this time. Off we went to Notre-Dame Cathedral and as we came close I saw this beautiful building. Notre-Dame is stunning. Then the heavens opened good and proper so we went inside to something that was even more stunning. How lucky we were that there was a service just starting that we could listen to as we walked around the magnificent cathedral. As we ...
After the group went to the Louvre, I went upstairs and lay down on the bed and, to my
amazement, woke up THREE HOURS later! Obviously not going to the museum was exactly what I needed to do--or not do, as the case may be. I spent the rest of the morning at the Cybercafe.
After I convinced the guy who ran the place that there really was a way to convert a French ...