Hotel F1 Roissy CDG PN 2
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Today is our first full day in Paris. We have been at The Catacombs. We waited in line for 3 hours. It was worth the wait. 8 Euro each. Fortunately we had a family from Florida to chat with in line with us to pass the time. We walked through the Catacombs. The whole trip took 1 hour and spanned 2 KM's. It was 137 Steps down a winding stair case... not pretty... I am claustrophobic. Then we walked the tight space. Dingy at best, dark in other spaces. Musty and ...
... tour that takes you through the history of champagne and the making of this luxury drink. Once done you then climb the 100 steps up the spiral stair case to view the valley below with all the vineyards. Very pretty. Prior to leaving we take the opportunity to have a lovely glass of champagne in Champagne. We return to our car and now head off to Reims, a lovely town that benefits from the Champagne region, this was our lunch stop. Before lunch we wander down to check out ...
... time, we have been before and Joe wasn't interested, ( he is 14!). As always in Paris there is always something or building just up the road and we continued to walk towards the Opera House, what a magnificent building! We caught the metro back to the hotel, had a bit of a rest and refresh then out for dinner and after we had a walk around the local area and found a great eating area filled with bistro's and a whole street full of creperies, we have noted this for another night or ...
... ended up leaving Versailles and we started to panic a little bit but it turned out it was going towards Paris anyway so on its final stop we got off and we went down to the Paris underground systems called the metro which is very daunting at first but it runs in the same way as the London underground does really. Just smaller. We bought a pack of 10 tickets as it works out cheaper and we can split them between us. Now we found on the internet a place for us to put our ...
... Next stop was Cathedrale de Notre Dame which was absolutely amazing both inside and out. I went inside the cathedral and walked into the middle of a gospel ceremony which appeared to be celebrating something important as it was being filmed. I thought it would be nice to go up the towers but decided against this idea when I saw how long the slow moving line was. I passed the Concierge and a few other museums before reaching Pont Neuf, a Bridge built in 1607.
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Dépanne pour pas chère!
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