Holiday Inn Paris Montparnasse Pasteur
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... ruled France from here as her son was too young to take over the thrown when his father died. At the time of the French Revolution the Château was owned by Louise Dupin who was friends with some of the significant people in revolution and managed to avoid the Château begin raided. Hence this Château is still in very good original condition with many original furnishings and paintings. For this reason it was the best of the three Châteaus we saw even though it wasn't ...
... the arts district, the Place St. Michel. The Sainte-Chapelle is a triumph of Gothic church architecture! It was built between 1242 and 1248 by King Louis IX to house the supposed Crown of Thorns. He spent the equivalent of 500 million euro for the relic and another 370 million for a shrine to display it. There are 6,500 feet of stained glass in the structure depicting more than 1,100 Bible stories, displayed chronologically. We then ...
... the cobbled stone roads….love that sound..
The lights in the buildings come on….& this begins to make things very interesting!!!....this is when you really see what’s going on behind closed doors!!! At street level I see a supermarket… above that it looks like a board meeting is going on…..next doors it is someones house with pretty ...
... the train doors reopened and another 50+ people filed on into the train occupying any and every inch of space in the carriage. We were both so tired but only one of us could sleep- the other had to stay on guard. Shani drew the short straw this time- although she didn't have much of a choice as I fell asleep within 3mins of the train doors closing. She managed to wake me up just before it was time to get off. But this time she was on her own getting us ...
... been to Versailles. She walked her legs off checking out the Exhibits and then we had another walk around the shops before heading to the hotel for a rest. Greg and the girls continued on as the girls had not been to The Louvre or inside the Eiffel Tower. Today, we had an early start to drive the three hours to Calais to catch the ferry to Dover. We had a good crossing and just relaxed with other members of the tour group ...