Hotel Les Jardins De Montmartre
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... from the cathedral. We were greeted by the host and seated at a circular table, with both of us facing the window and the view of the Notre Dame outside it.
Neither of us had eaten escargot before, so we decided to be bold and try it, along with a three cheese plate. For drinks I ordered another beer, but my sister mentioned that since we were in Paris it would be good to have a cognac. So we started with cognac, then switched to beer. The escargot came in ...
... However, we did spend plenty of time in Sacre Coeur. It is the Catholic basilica in Paris, France, dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, located on the Montmartre hill north of Paris. It is one of the famous landmarks of Paris. To climb up to Sacre Coeur, there are more than 300 steps along the stairway. Some older people in the tour group chose to take the elevator. And of course we were still willing to go on our feet because along the way we could enjoy the beautiful scenery. ...
... able to take in once again some of the wonders of this city. I already spent my first evening relaxing with new friends on the Champ de Mars, spent my first night out in St. Michel, and went on my first adventure to IKEA (a huge deal for Parisians). Many more stories will be shared on here as even if nobody reads it, I will have it for me to look back on in the future.
Stay posted to see a summary of my apartment as well as of my first week of class :) ...
... enraptured with the chess game that is professional cycling. Knowing the Rogers family has made us even more keen to follow Michael's career so this year we were offered passes to the finish as has parents couldn't be there. I almost didn't believe this would happen - it seemed too good to be true! We made our way to the Hyatt team hotel & waited in the foyer cafe for Alessia to arrive with the girls ...
... up the top - sink me!
It's quite a small but cute apartment. There was a double bed above in a sort of loft area and also another room with a double bed, a tiny bathroom with a sink, toilet, shower, washing machine and I think a dryer, kitchen, living room etc. It's all very small - much tinier than Nick and Dee's place!
Once we'd settled in we hurried back down the stairs to hit the streets of Paris. We were almost n the centre of town which was quite ...