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... on a corner overlooking Paris. Our trip back was uneventful and we arrived back at the hotel with heaps of time to spare, feeling we had truly mastered the Paris Underground. At 6.15 we again headed out in the bus for the big night of the tour- The Moulin Rouge. About 900 people were packed into the theatre where dinner was served (certainly had to keep our elbows in as not an inch to spare!). The meal was nice and there was ...
... falling from the sky, I immediately put on the jacket and scarf because it had been so warm inside the train.
And I jumped in a taxi to the hotel I was staying at, Le Malwon.
I got there unpacked and then left to explore Paris, I jumped on the bus to head in the centre of Paris and went to Carrousel du Louvre to do some shopping! There were so many shops I bought ...
... food. Everything is absolutely amazing, just makes your mouth water with every bite! My courses were (1) soupe (2) canard et frites (duck and fries) and (3) chocolate ice cream with whipped cream. Duck is so good - it just melts in your mouth. And the ice cream?! Oh my god. Amazing. After this, p-m took me on a little walk around the corner where I got to see Moulin Rouge!! :) I was SO excited! I really ought to start writing these blogs earlier, I'm exhausted! Until next time ...
... was built in only 30 years; unheard of ever. It was completed in the 1200s.
- there are 3,000 sculptures
- there are 42 stained glass panels. The type of color blue they have on the stained glass is only made in Chartres
- they haven,t cleaned it in 300 years. They started cleaning again this year. So most of the CC is dark gray. the cleaned finished parts are a kind of white yellow.
- Malcolm Gadwell has made CC his life work. He is now 80 years ...
... to make it up the various staircases to reach the Sacre Coeur on top of the hill.
Approaching the basilica from the rear we ended up having to walk through some very cute but very touristy streets in Montmarte. Dozens of people were offering impromptu portraits using a range of utencils including pencils, pens and coloured markers. The usual suspects tried to flog their bags, Eiffel Towers ...