Logis Jardin De Villiers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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It's interesting traveling with Greg; some people might think we are different holidays.Today started with the two-person elevator going on strike, so we walked down the very old spiral staircase. We sat down to breakfast and started our plan for the day. I wanted to try the cruise down the one St Denis canal suggested by Warwick Fairlie, but unfortunately we couldn't make this ...
... in the morning and try to fit it in! After that we had success! We booked a cruise, tickets to a lookout tower to watch the Eiffel Tower light up and then we already had tickets to the Moulin rouge. After we booked everything we had our awesome lunch, did a little more shopping and headed home to get our bags (because we had to swap hostels). We got our stuff and eventually got to our new place and it was already time to get ready for the afternoon activities. First was ...
... took us ages and it was mind numbingly hot. The pleasant stroll became an endurance test and because the boat left from near the Eiffel Tower we couldn't get the Metro. It was still a good walk but we were suffering a bit. On seeing the great Tower Katie admitted she would not have gone up it..
The boat trip left promptly after we got on board and we enjoyed the commentary and the photo opportunities as we cruised by many of Paris' famous buildings ...
... for a bus tour ... The drive into the city even proved to be interesting ... Complete with a car fire to see. It definitely made us feel like we were at home sitting in so much traffic ... In the city, we picked up our guide, Céline, and continued on to see the sites of Paris ... From there we headed to the palace of all palaces: Versailles! Our guide continued on with us for this tour, in which we saw the public and private apartments of the king and ...
... br> On our first afternoon in Paris we just planned on going for a short stroll but ended up walking about 4 kilometres, buying a museum pass, putting a family lock on the lock bridge, visiting Orsay Museum, Saint-Chapelle and Notre-Dame Cathedral. We were a little tired when we got back to apartment!
Orsay Museum is housed in what used to be Orsay railway station which was built for the world exhibition ...