Hotel Le Nogentel
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... to me. Europeans, man. Then I walked back along the Seine to the islands again with a plan to head over to the 4th to look for some stationery stores, but everything was closed because it was Sunday. Sex shops, open on Sunday, stationery stores, closed. Ah, Paris. Anyway, there were flea markets everywhere and the streets were now car-less so packed with pedestrians and cyclists instead. By now I'd been walking for roughly 9 hours so was tired and hungry so ...
We were excited to see Notre dame and the gargoyles or as Toby called them gargoloyals. We caught the metro to Maubert station and could immediately see Notre Dame. We viewed the inside of the church and the kids did well to obey the silence signs. After that we searched for the steps to climb to the top to see the church bells. We found a playground and kids had a nice play whilst Andy found a line at the steps forming. So we went and lined up ...
In the morning Sireesha and I headed out for a drive(and talk:) ) around Reading and the adjoining town called Caversham. It was nice to be able to spend some time together. We had Medu Vadas for breakfast. They were amazing! Soon it was time to leave, we rode the train to Paddington, then switched trains there for Kings Cross for the international train into Paris. This was our first time ...
... powers rebuilt the insides of this beautiful building and now it is a great place to protest your Paris parking tickets .
With a short walk we were at the Place des Vosges. This is a beautiful square with fountains, massive trees and places to sit and rest your feet. Inaugurated in 1612 with the wedding of Louis XIII and Anne of Austria they had a place for a great wedding ...
... on being social. We then went on a bus drive around the city, which was amazing by night. Saw the big sights - the louvre, Eiffel Tower, arc de triomphe. We survived the champs ellysee ( thank god I was in a bus). I also really enjoyed seeing the less known buildings - the opera house, the tomb of Napoleon and the military building that still has bullet holes in the front walls from WWII. Next challenge: try and see as much of Paris as my body will allow me to ...