Holiday Inn Paris Versailles Bougival
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We took our grand tour of the Seine by boat this day and got to see plenty that Paris had to offer. We started out by traveling over to the Eiffel Tower and viewing it. We quickly caught our boat (little jumbled as Paris Triathlon had roads closed) and went from Tour Eiffel down past Ile de Cite and back. We got great views of the buildings of the city and much to Rachel's delight, a spirited soundtrack of love. I think ...
... at a little place next to the hostel and enjoyed a three course meal and some very yummy wine. At the end of the meal the owner handed us after dinner shots. It was a shot glass with what appeared to be either an apricot or a very small brown brain...one sip and we were both afraid we would not be able to walk the 3 doors down to the hostel. It was a very fun day. We are both amazed by all the beautiful buildings and the history each one ...
... we did a little more research on the best days and hours to visit the Louvre. All were unanimous in suggesting that the nights the museum is open late are the most enjoyable, so we try our luck tonight - a what luck! We breeze through security, stand in line for tickets with maybe 7 other people, and literally waltz right into the Denon wing to see the grand galleries. What a breath of fresh air! We stroll through ...
We started our hop on hop off tour in république square. The tour was great but a bit of a blur, although we loved the architecture here, all the old buildings we saw from the top of the bus were beautiful. One of the first of the lovely buildings we saw was the church of La Madeline, it then carried on past the Louvre, which we really enjoyed seeing again, we felt like from the top of the bus we were able to see a lot more of the buildings that surround ...
... at 4.15 but that time was dreamland time. In the real world, the baggage started to trickle through at 4.45. I have experienced slow baggage collection times before, but not this slow!
As the bags came through in dribs and drabs, and the crowd of people waiting for bags diminished, I started to get the definite gut feeling that my bag was not going to come. With only 1 box left on the carousel, with nothing ...