Logis Jardin De Villiers
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... down the Palais Garnier. Time for a break!! We went back to the hotel to get fancy and raced to the Eiffel Tower to get in line to go to the top (it closes at 10)! The line wasn't too bad and it was nice breezy weather. We got in an elevator and whizzed to the top (little scary). The sun was setting just as we got to the top and we got to see the tiny monuments of Paris from the top as the sun went down. ...
... s delayed time and we were off in TGV to Avignon a 3 hour trip. Train was very busy and did travel at over 200km per hour. I thought I would feel fearful but it was ok.
so when we arrived we thought we would have to take taxi who wanted 110 Euros for the trip!
luckily Larry saw a bus that said Apt although not the number we thought and and 90 mins later we arrived. Avignon was quite ugly at least what we saw of ...
Forget the Eiffel Tower, the Catacombs, the Notre Dame, and Napoleon's Tomb. Especially forget the Arc de Triomphe. Though I saw all of these and much more on my trip to Paris, the one thing I learned is that the real hidden gem of the Paris metropolis is Les Bisons of Neuilly-sur-Marne. Well, maybe not, but boys and girls, there's many reasons I'm writing about this experience over any of the other sights we saw on this three day adventure. And adventure is not ...
... starting in the first century BC, when the Parisii, a Gallic tribe settled there and founded the town of Lutitia, which in the 5th century took the name Paris. Over time a royal residence for French kings was situated there. Sainte-Chapelle, a gothic 'cathedral' was built there between 1242 and 1248 and used by royalty. (Getting used to our backpack/bag being x-rayed/checked before going into any building of significance. We hadn't queued long before we were inside ...
... at cafe at St Michelle's and Kate continued to update people on Facebook.
After breaky we started our site seeing tour, first stop Notre Dame Cathedral, Kate had already been to Paris before with her Sis Brenna so luckily she could just stare at her ring all day, but Notre Dame is really stunning. The stained glass windows inside are so beautiful and it is so big and grand. Afterwards we ummed nad ahhhed then decided that we may as well jump on one ...