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... the lights come on at the Eiffel tower, been to art galleries and wonderful restaurants, seen the Arc de Triomphe and more!
The day before Leah’s family headed off, Friday, we had a picnic lunch at Le Jardin de Plantes (the main botanical garden in France) and then went out to dinner at a small restaurant near Sacre Coeur. The restaurant we went to was very nice and the food was absolutely delicious. The waiter was very friendly. All of the French people ...
We started our day by heading.out and grabbing a chocolate crossaint each and we shared a lemon macaron (Ant ordered lemon since citron was the only one he coukd pronounce). Both were amazingly good. We then went to find some takeaway coffee. We got chared 4 euros for a miniscule coffee, maybe there is a surcharge for not speaking French? Then we headed to the Lourve. We ...
... told us about the kings and queens and how they shaped France to the way it is today. The guide was really good and she put a bit of humour into what she did which I liked. We kept on riding until we got to the queens Hamlet where we had a look around. The queens Hamlet is a little village, one queen had made up where she could escape to and act like a normal person. It was very pretty in the village but it was starting to ...
... check-in wasn’t until 4pm and
I was there at 11.30. The guy behind
reception was a bit grumpy but he let me leave my backpack there and gave me a
map of Paris. It meant that I was
exploring straight away. The hostel is
right next to the train station in the Montmartre area. I headed out to see the Sacre Coeur Basillica
which was impressive and grabbed some lunch in Pigalle.
Then I walked over to ...
... specifically Vermeer. The Louvre is really big and I got slightly lost, enough that the only way to determine where we were was to head back to the main entrance and then head over to Richelieu. Doing this ate up our extra time based on Robyn's schedule which left us only enough time to go through Napoleon III's apartments. Napoleon III was Napoleon's nephew and he was the first elected ...