hotelF1 Paris Porte de Montmartre
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... day. After a slow start, we ended up seeing a whole bunch of important places we were looking forward to seeing, including the very pretty Parc du Luxembourg, the Seine River, and my new favorite Cathedral, Notre Dame.
We have seen too many Cathedrals at this point to count here in Europe, but I think the reason it was one of my favorites was because of the gorgeous stained glass windows. They were so intricate, so much so that I couldn't really express it in a picture. ...
... no problem . Our first views of the Tower were from high on the hill as we looked down from Trocadero which was recommended by the Canadians at breakfast this morning .We made our way down to the meeting point under the tower .We had time to spare so Garry had an ice-cream and we took a lots of photos . Our guide was Xavier ( aka X-Man ) , Garry relished in the finer details of the towers construction and having read 'Paris' by Rutherford I ...
... to waste any more time there, so decided to have a nice lunch with a lot of wine instead.
We had taken advantage of a special offer for first class tickets on an express train to Munich, so had to make our designated train. First class served us a meal that included a small bottle of wine. And the train traveled very, very fast, 318 kilometers/hour converts to 197 mph, it was like flying on the ground. But it was still a five hour ride.
... com/paris/pass ages.htm We had a wonderful time as we were totally immersed in the atmosphere and ambience and Eric filled us in on the peripheral detail. The passages were developed to enable women ,especially ,to travel to the boutiques in their large hooped skirts,and finery,and not get wet or damp,not step in dog faeces,and be able to travel undercover by horse and carriage and to be away from lower class clients who could not afford to shop ...
... access to the square through triple arches. Though they are designated the Pavilion of the King and of the Queen, no royal personage has ever lived in the aristocratic square. The Place des Vosges initiated subsequent developments of Paris that created a suitable urban background for the French aristocracy.
Before the square was completed, Henri IV ordered the Place Dauphine to be laid out. Within a mere ...