Hotel Aurore Montmartre
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We decided to rent a little electric red boat and cruise the canals today. We discovered that there was not many options as the brochures stated but what can you do. We waited a bit for a draw bridge to open and then cruised along for a few hours. Captain Caleb did a good job and started to get the hang of steering and what little and big adjustments result in. The boat place offers sandwiches and wine in a picnic style for those that want ...
... Elysses, the backbone of Paris. The street is lined with shops, ranging from Levi Jeans to Louis Vuitton. I joined the groups of men waiting outside the shops while Susan dived in. Between Paris, Barcelona, Cinque Terre, Florence, Rome, and here sat on more sidewalks in front of stores and waited than I can remember J. And it has led to me bringing back more items in my suitcase than I brought…nothing of my own though ...
... to sell you souvenirs and they hassle you and hassle you. We were pretty tired from the little amount of sleep we had last night so we decided to just head back to the hotel and have diner there. We had a buffet salad bar and desert bar. Nothing too fancy… Time to hit the sack. It’s the second last night of our holiday tonight.
Denice & Ruby
... walk from our place, along a few side streets to Champ de Mars, down a few more side streets and we would be there.
Great in theory… Not so good in practise..
With a little help from some locals, we managed to make it ahead of time, only to find the place completely locked up with a homeless man sleeping in the doorway..
Sheesh, he must have had a cold night... :(
Recalling the fact that very little happens in Paris before 10.00am, and we were early, I showed Brad ...
... with a small glass of champagne. There was a haze but the view was still awesome. Pierre proved to be quite popular - someone even asked where they could buy one like him! Can't say I enjoyed looking down - I tended to look out! We waited at the top level for 2 hours willing the lights of Paris to come on and when they did it was so worth the wait - just magical. The 2 hours went by quite quickly with lots of photo taking (Don drained the battery on the big ...