Green Hotels Confort
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Had a slow start today. Headed out to Montmartre for our last excursion on the Paris Passes. Metroed with the hordes like pros today and hit Blanche station to pick up our mini train instead of climbing to the top of Sacre Cour. Couldn't see the damn sign for the first few walk abouts but figured it out eventually.. Montmartre is the centre for the bohemian artist lifestyle and apparently the birthplace of French cabaret. We saw the famous Moulin Rouge known by the ...
... Marianne. Robert had emailed them a copy of where we were staying and they had come over to see if we had made it in! Great reunion.
Followed the directions on how to get inside the outer door and there is a lovely courtyard and then the building we were going to be staying in. There were two doors to the place and we chose the wrong door first and then we tried the other one and got inside and ...
... it though. They were the last all day and we waited for them a lot. Last stop just across for Notre Dame. Tour finished and off for lunch around 2pm. Went down a side street nearby as recommended. Brad had a Camembert and lettuce baguette (with seeds) and I had a croque Monsieur. Yummy. Then some walking around and shopping for some shoes for Brad he bought two pairs including a very interesting blue pair with a Hawaiian design. I told him he was ...
Happy Bastille Day!
This morning, after narrowing down the million and one things to while in Paris, we headed out with a plan to see the views from Notre Dame Cathedral and walk along the Seine to the Tuileries Garden and enjoy the sunshine.
The view from the top of Notre Dame was well worth the 360 steps on a small and twisty staircase. Along with breathtaking views of the city and ...
Day two in Paris commenced with breakfast at the hotel, made interesting by sharing the dining room with two other groups. Those that managed to get in ahead of the rush enjoyed a decent continental breakfast (and most importantly for me, a decent cup of tea!).
The faces on the buses were significantly brighter than the previous day, although we did discover that we cannot get Wi-Fi on the bus (but apparently the autopilot works, hey Fred!). We got ...