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... way. I think the girls learned more history in the next 4 hours than the previous term at school. We started at the Notre Dame cathedral and learnt the amazing history of this building. It seems the at some stage or other the French have wanted to knock down all their famous buildings because of the cost of upkeep. Thank god they did not do this. Paul gave us a full history of the cathedral to such an extent we felt we were part ...
... city.We visited: Le musee D'orsay, l'orangerie, les catacombes, Sacre Coeur, Notre Dame, Saint Chapelle, les Tuilieries gardens, l'hotel de ville (my personal favorite), le quartier latin (Latin quarter), Versailles, Pere lachaise and Monmartre cemeteries.
My favorite area in Paris is the Latin Quarter. It is full of winding little alleys, brimming with students and enchanting little pubs and "brasseries". We enjoyed spending time there whenever we ...
OK so after my time in the internet cafe I ended up in the bar. Hardly the surprise of the century but hey I had to pass it on my way back to the hostel didn't I? It would have been rude not to pop in and have a beer or four. I must remind myself this is supposed to be a sight-seeing tour not a pub crawl.
I tried my hardest to be quiet when I got back to the hostel. There are nine other people in my dorm and a ...
... cars doing stunts. There was even fire involved! It was pretty cool. Before heading home we went to Disney village which was just full of boutique type shops, restaurants and even a cinema. They had a Lego shop which was cool, they had huge characters made of all Lego pieces. After leaving our hotel at about 8:10am this morning we didnt arrive back til about 9:10pm so it was another long day for us. Eiffel Tower tomorrow so it's bed time for ...
... restrictions on photo-taking as at the Orsay. I've created a separate blog that I will publish shortly entitled, "A History of the French horn."
Day Six in Paris, our last day, took us to the Basilica of the Sacre Coer of Montmartre, a beautiful church that is placed at the highest point in Paris. Again, no photos were allowed so all you will see are a very few snapshots from the guidebook to let you know what it looks like.
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