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 ...
... of the city it was
just on dust and the photos really don’t do the view justice. We went for a walk through the church and it was very beautiful inside as well.Afterthe tour we had a crape for dinner, got some unwanted attention from the locals and then took the metro back to the BP at this stage I am
feeling a bit more confident with the metro- it is a really easy system once you know how to use it.
Still waiting for jet lag to hit ...
... going there on Wednesday so will be able to tell more about it in a later blog. Crossed over the Seine again via the widest bridge to the place de la Concord once more it has beautiful street lamps in green and gold fountains and statues in the four corners. Continuing on past Eglise de la Madelaine, it is constructed in the style of a Greek temple, consecrated in 1842. It is a popular venue for classical music concerts. Back to the Opera to finish this tour.
... another gorgeous cafe that we couldn't resist before heading back out on the metro.
On our way home we stopped in at Musee de la Musique for a quick visit. We all thoroughly enjoyed it here. The audio guides were great, there were so many different instruments that you could listen to.
Dinner at a local Billancourt restaurant. Early night :)
Our apartment is amazing and it had just been renovated and was quite modern for Paris. Montmartre is a hill in the north of Paris. It is 130 metres high and gives its name to the surrounding district, in the 18th arrondissement, a part of the Right Bank. Our apartment is only 5 min walk from the Sacre Couer Basilica.
The tourist numbers just went up a notch. Paris is the most visited city in the world,and we can understand why. The culture, ...