HotelF1 Paris Porte De Chatillon
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... little of after taking only one year back in high school). I found it really interesting how unmanned the Paris metros were, from the people who scam foreigners at the ticket machines, to these kids, who left a mess on the trains and were pretty rowdy. I hope this was just something only I was unfortunate enough to encounter, and that this isn't something everyone experiences when in Paris
We woke up exhausted the next day since we had just run around two Disney parks ...
This morning we filled our bellies with Marie's breakfast ,we were starving as we missed dinner the previous evening ,falling into bed too exhausted to eat . Marie encouraged us to use the Metro so off we went ,instructions and maps in hand for our Behind the Scenes tour of The Eiffel Tower at 9.30 am. On our way to the station there was a local market where we bought peaches and pears to snack on . We had the no trouble with the metro , we felt safe and ...
... on our way back to the hotel, declining the ride to the top because of the long lines (and because I have done that and didn't particularly enjoy the experience.) A late dinner near our hotel and I was done.
We tried to visit the Catacombs the following morning. It was a disaster. The line stretched around the block, and after waiting for nearly two hours, we barely moved half way. We had reservations on a train that afternoon and ...
Yesterday,our host,Eric was to take us on a secret journey to the Louvre.The apartment is in an area close to major attractions in Paris. We headed off and he told us stories about some of the small shops and boutiques we passed on the way. Nothing opens here until at least 10.00 or 10.30. We visited 10 of these historic shopping arcades and we did not see any tourists!. The website for information re-Les Plus Beaux Passages de Paris is as follows: ...
... with strips of stone quoins over vaulted arcades that stand on square pillars. The steeply-pitched blue slate roofs are pierced with discreet small-paned dormers above the pedimented dormers that stand upon the cornices. Only the north range was built with the vaulted ceilings that the "galleries" were meant to have. Two pavilions that rise higher than the unified roofline of the square center the north and south faces ...