Holiday Inn Paris-Porte De Clichy
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ST ALBANS ENGLAND / PARIS FRANCE The 14th was our last full day at Steve's house (my dad's cousin). We went to the pool for about an hour and a half. They had diving blocks that said on them "PUBLIC USE" so Manoa went over to them and put one foot on them. All the sudden, the life guard blew his whistle and told us to get off? 10 minutes later the life guard came over to us and asked us what my dad had on his wrist 'it was only a ...
... graves and memorials dedicated to the memory of the fallen soldiers It is quite sobering to walk among so many graves of so many young men who gave their lives in an awful conflict. The different battles and different countries all have special places where their men have been remembered. We went to Delville Wood yesterday which is the South African memorial and it is quite beautiful. The ...
... built in 1687 by Mansart and was used by all of France's Sovereigns up to Napolean III. There is also a smaller estate attached on the grounds, Le Petit Trianon. This estate and it's parks were gifted to Marie-Antoinette in 1774 by Louis XIV. The estate had been built between 1762 and 1768 for the private use of Louis XV and Madame De Pompadour. There is a hamlet nearby with 12 houses, a dairy, a barn, a mill, and a farm. There is also a temple of love, ...
... Boo. So, back up plan: view from Sacre Coeur. We walked through the very trendy district of Montmartre, stopping by this neat little costume jewelry shop and picking up a beautiful royal blue necklace and a couple pairs of bright earrings. We got to the bottom of the hill and elected to take the trolley up rather than walk all the stairs. The top was full of people, entertainers, souvenir hawkers... One gentleman was amazing with a soccer ball. He was up on a lamppost, ...
... reasons; the lifts are pretty cool and unique, being double story and travelling diagonally, you have to take the lift for the second part anyway, and we didn't see the walking up queue was any shorter anyway! The second lift up the centre of the tower is actually a bit scary as it is glass windows all around, and of course the tower is only lattice so you can see everything. I kept thinking "thousands of ...