BEST WESTERN PLUS Paris Val de Bievre
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... We, having no capacity to carry sandwiches, bought a very plain lunch at $50 but at least we got a small amount of red wine to ease it down. We passed through the tunnel into Italy and down the Val D'Aosta and the train no longer went at speed so we had a great view of all the mountains. We arrived in Milan and got a taxi to the Grand Visconti Hotel, it is just ...
... everywhere and all going in any direction - absolute chaos. Cherry was beside herself seeing the Eiffel Tower and we can't wait to explore it tomorrow. We went to Notre Dame Cathedral. It is spectacular. The stained glass window is breathtaking it is called the Rosace Nord. It is the centre piece of the Cathedral. There were thousands of people out on the streets ...
... de Triomphe , the grand and ornate structures and the beautifully fused architecture that meld the gothic with the Romanesque classical styles along with the creation of space and filling it with greenery and light. It was so innovate and demonstrate excellent engineering. It's more than just ...
... view of Paris. From here you can see Montmarte and the Sacre Coeur, which was neat since I was just there!
We took the bus back to her place, and although it is not as quick as the metro, I like taking the bus a tad more because it allows you to see so much of Paris in a different way. We enjoyed a nice dinner together and then, both exhausted, went to ...
... into the Palace. Daniel asks if anyone wants any audio's of course Mr & Mrs Dork collect them. Off we go on another history trip! The Palace of Versailles is the central part of a complex that housed the French government, most notably its royalty, during the reigns of Louis XIV (France’s famed “Sun King”), (which now is my new name for Stuart) Louis XV and Louis XVI. After the French Revolution in 1789, it ceased to be a ...