Ascott Arc de Triomphe Paris
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Good during day
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... it. Quite different from me handling and sniffing products!
When we arrived at the cupola - dome - it was certainly a work of art. Chairs and tables were arranged in a circle beneath it with some tables being mirrored so you could see the art work without straining your neck. Even though the price was very high for a cuppa and cake, we chose to stay as a treat for the experience. It cost 9 euro for a cake and 5 for a coffee. The choice was limited ...
... Seine. The weather in Paris was magnificent and because it wasn't getting dark in this region until 9:30pm we were able to cover quite a bit of ground.
Besides re-acquainting ourselves with this beautiful city (as the pictures will reveal), we had a fantastic meal at a restaurant called La Poule Au Pot on Rue De L'Universite. It was absolutely sensational.
We covered quite a bit of ground during our walk but didn't get lost once. This travel stuff is easy!
... and blue sky. The underground makes it extremely simple to get anywhere in the city and found it the best one we have used so far.Even in winter the city is full of tourists so we miss a couple of things due to long queues. Gives us a excuse to come back in summer and enjoy again.
... br> Due to the impending rally, the streets were fantastically clear. The bus driver going as far as saying that he was willing to pay everyday to have traffic like this. We saw a bonanza of sites including (but not limited to) the Avenue des Champs-Elysées, the Obelisk of Luxor, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Seine River, Pont Alexandre III, State de France, Petit Palais, Grand Palais and many other sites demonstrating ...
... hostel (St. Christopher’s Inn has two locations in Paris) and that is how our short lived friendship went.
After I grabbed a quick bit to eat in the hostel’s restaurant, I set out with my camera to start being a real tourist. I visited Notre Dame first and was in awe by the cathedral. There was currently a mass service taking place but they still let tourists walk around the perimeters of the pews. I wandered in and out of gift shops before hopping on the metro to ...