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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... lot of the meaning behind the ballet was lost on us. Must have been a little something to do with the language barrier. I got the impression the ballet had something to do with a garden. Even if some of their timing was off I have to hand it to the dancers, the skill it takes to do those moves is impressive. How do you follow up the ballet? With fondue!!! Oddly enough while taking a day off in Barcelona Tammy and I watched a show ...
... we were not going to walk the couple of hundred steps up to Sacre Coeur but catch the funicular railway up instead (conserve our energy). Asians can be so rude, one pushed in front of us and about 10 other people while we were waiting to buy our ticket!! The view from the top was OK as it was very smoky. Not good for outside photography!!!
Sacre Couer was amazing and after the Church ...
... with the metro, wow! We found our little "apartment" quite easily and headed straight out to find the Eiffel Tower. The first glimpse really is something special.
The metro is in itself an experience. People of all shapes, sizes and colors crammed onto trains. You never know what you might see. One time as we were weaving our way through the subway corridors to find our connecting train we came around the corner to see ...
... cast off, but we needed to put some miles under our belt. We cruised through Paris gently sightseeing as we went. The big sightseeing boats still active but the restaurants boats were getting ready for their lunch time trade. We progressed through Paris and at the Eiffel Tower, thanking the barge owners again who let us moor next to them last night. We went through one lock and after that ...
... move in. Since we are all getting very tired and have done well to stay up this late we head off for dinner, I get pizza and am surprised to see that they don't cut it for you, it's like slave labour! It is amazing though, I think I might have enjoyed that pizza more than Bruce Mcavaney enjoys Cyril Rioli; "Deliciousssssssssss!!!!"
We're up early today for a walking tour of Paris, we meet some guys from Perth, not what we like to happen but they seem like alright lads and ...