Hostellerie Blanche de Castille
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... google maps wasn't working, in fact no internet was working. Therefore we hunted down the the accommodation the good old days way, asking people. After 3 different people giving different pieces to the puzzle we arrived at the place. We have friends who live in Brisbane we haven't seen for 10years or more who were in Paris at the same time as us. So we met them and had a wonderful ...
... So that was our bit of fun at the fair!
The next place we visited was Napoleon's tomb. It is in L'Hôtel national des Invalides which was a hospital for the soldiers in the war. It now contains memorials, military history and tombs for famous veterans including Napoleon Bonaparte. It is quite an impressive building. Napoleon's coffin is huge!!
We went home for a break after this and spent some time relaxing. The soccer match between France ...
Some train.At places we were alongside motorway with 110k speed limit and we were passing them in a blur. Not sure of speed but will try to find out. Great queue for taxis and we were first approached by a bod offering bus transfer. Quoted €100as minimum charge. I said no and joined the line not knowing how far and how much. Mercedes taxi with porterage at cost of €15. Actually costed at $12.80. So a good start and we are now part of the Scenic Tour group.
Croissants and pain aux chocolat for breakfast, and we worked out how to use the Nespresso machine in the apartment. And then we headed off – getting lost getting to the metro station. We asked someone – which was very funny, as she knew she had seen the metro sign, but couldn't recall where. We kept walking and eventually saw the sign and the woman we had asked was next to it yelling out to ...
... 233;ra" area of central Paris, a part we didn't visit last time, and walk from Place de la Concorde along Rue de Rivoli and around the corner to Place Vendôme, passing the windows of some of the most expensive and exclusive shops in the world. In many of their doorways I see watchful staff who are presumably there specifically to turn away hoi polloi such as ourselves. At the end of Rue de la Paix we turn to finally take in the grand view of ...