Hotel Les Jardins De Montmartre
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Pets allowed
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... little bathroom? There is a constant line of people blocking everything to go to the toilet repeatedly. Have none of you been training with Netflix to sit for hours at a time without ever moving? Get on it, anyway. Make yourselves comfortable-ish and stop blocking up the aisles, staring at strangers. Also. If you must use the facilities, close the ******* door on the way out. Jesus. So, back to my regular airport whining. Actually, another lesson. If you have ...
We had lunch at Place du Sacre Coeur, Montmartre which is below the majestic Sacre Coeur and then climbed the steps to Sacre Coeur. The neo-Byzantine Sacre Coeur was built in 1914. If there is a place in Paris to have your pocket picked this is it and in fact we saw a man grab a thief who had tried to pick his pocket. The area is full of Romas (gypsies), beggars and people trying to sell you souvenirs. It is very crowded and full of tourists. Last ...
Last day in Paris today so we decided to walk our hangover off. Probably walked another 15km today. We started off looking around by ourselves then thought we could go to a free walking tour. The history of Paris was quite good to hear about . Was good to know facts not just look at the building. Late night bus to London tonight leaving at 10.30. 11 hour bus ride ...
... baggage still thinking if I would ever him again, I sat waiting in the terminal hoping this would like a movie seen where id turn around to find him running towards me then kisses me and tells me how much he loved me. but he never came I got on the plane still hoping id see him before the plane left but I didn't.
This morning we head to Notre Dame in search of Quasimodo...
Notre Dame is the symbol of medieval Paris and did not disappoint with its gorgeous Gothic architecture - we just loved it!! The first stone was laid in 1163 and it took ~200yrs to complete although work continued on & off over 900yrs. The size of it is impressive and the stained glass windows, particularly the rose windows, are spectacular. Our Paris Pass included the walk up the towers - ...