Hotel Les Jardins De Montmartre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Pets allowed
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Lots of stuff to see today. This was the first day without a planned activity so we slept in.
We decided to grab the big bus tour (hop on hop off) to get our bearings on the first full day in Paris. We visited many sites and took a lot of shots.
The eiffel tower area is plagued with street vendors. Kind of a drag on a very beautiful area with the tower and long ...
... sandwich – it was enormous, and took the rest with me for later. I found an Air France shuttle stop on boulevard Diderot, and it had a time table posted right there. I decided to get back to the hotel to collect my bag and to head to the airport taking the bus shortly after 1 o’clock, just in case there is traffic. The stop was near my hotel, it was very easy. I sat down on a little bench to wait, was alone there but shortly 4 other people came, ...
... The windows were under restoration at the time so some of them were covered by scaffolding, but it was worth seeing none the less. Exhausted from a very long day on our feet, we needed a really good meal. About fifty metres from our apartment we found the most amazing burger joint in the world. The meat was grilled to perfection, the chips were seasoned to perfection, the staff were polite, friendly and funny, and they spoke good English. Our food was ready ...
... of course, along with a bunch of other art that I had never heard of. Still neat to see a huge piece of history just everywhere inside what used to be a gigantic palace.
The evening ended with an "authentic" cabaret show which included a bunch of dancing and comedy acts. It was pretty weird but overall a good experience.
... London St Pancras and back to East Putney on the tube. It was a strange feeling, almost as if we had never left at all whilst at the same time feeling we had been away forever. A quiet, pensive journey back, sad the adventure was over but thankful for all the memories, the places and the people we had encountered along the way. Unrivalled by anything else, a trip of a lifetime. ...