Hotel Jules Cesar
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Paris is called the city of lights. It certainly is at its best at night. We had a great cruise up and down the Seine. So many people were out and about, sitting at the edge of the River, picnicking with their legs dangling over the edge. As well as being lit in the night, the Eiffel Tower sparkles every half hour. Had a coach guided tour of the sights of Paris by day before visiting the Eiffel Tower at 9.30am. What a sight! We viewed Paris from the ...
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Then we went to visit the Eiffel Tower, Place de la Concorde, Sacre Coeur, Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe. Due to time constraints, we stayed at each attraction only for a very short time for photography. We did not have extra time to have a casual stroll on the Champs Elysees (Champs Élysées), but just watched it from afar when paying a visit to the Arc ...
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Back again to say goodbye!
First to Carmen and then my turn.
All good things must come to an end I know but not something I am looking forward to.
... An absolutely delicious delicious3 course lunch with good reds. Tourinne for entree, chicken dish for main and cheesecake for dessert.
The tiny streets where artists paint and the Sacred Soeur ( catholic church
Back to motel, find some salad for dinner, listen to the music outside and another early night.
Toady is the first day of summer the the city is alive with !usive and singers celebrating.
What surprised me about Paris ...
Full breakfast in hotel dining room- handy having Americans staying here ;) Our organised bus tour started at 9am and took us around all the ' highlights', of which there are so many. The buildings here are amazing - not just the famous ones, but all the usual admin buildings are fabulous as well. We are staying in the 'Opera' district very close to the Opera Garnier which is fabulous. Our bus driver got us safely through the chaos at the Arc du Triumph and Place de la Concorde. ...