Holiday Inn Paris Montparnasse Pasteur
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... s words, 'wow, was that 2.5hrs already, that only felt like 10 mins. Best time ever'. Well that seems like money well spent! Afterwards we checked out the Pont Alexandre III (fancy statue adorned bridge) and then headed to the swanky George V Hotel for an afternoon cocktail, via the Champs Èlysèes of course. Later that evening ...
... br> The next day we had a rest day I played the PS3 on Minecraft all day.
We went to the Eiffel tower on Christmas Eve. It was so high.
We walked up 2 floors.
And guess what was on the 1st floor? A Ice Skating rink!
We ice skated on there for awhile.
Then we walked up to the 2nd floor it was getting so high.
Then we caught a lift up to the top. I was ...
... park and watch the lights "twinkle" for 5 minutes every hour. Long walk and metro ride back to hotel. Our feet are complaining about the abuse - but we don't want to waste a minute while we are here.
September 12, Friday
Early breakfast at cafe around corner from hotel. Coffee with ham & cheese croissant was only 5 Euro, the cheapest meal we have ...
... all the locals smoke at the outdoor tables. So it's always a bit a challenge to find a table that's upwind.
We also visited a couple of churches along the way and ended the tour at Luxembourg Gardens, one Paris's most beautiful and interesting parks, where we just rested and people watched for a while. It was another pleasant sunny day. Not too hot, just in the low twenties.
From Luxembourg Gardens we made our way to ...
... bridge. Pretty cool though, there is so many locks! The bridge is actually sinking under the weight.
From the bridge, we strolled down the river seine to Notre Dame. The line up to get in was huge. Like 100 meters. But because there was no charge to get I the line flowed really quickly. Inside was pretty amazing. More stained glass than you could poke a stick at, Lots of Catholic exhibitions, a huge pipe organ and lots of other stuff.
Next stop was ...