Mercure Paris Gobelins Place d'Italie
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... Phantom of the Opera was based on. We then made our way back to the hotel and enjoyed a comfortable sleep with a mini sleep in. Saturday was a free day in Paris before we re-grouped and made our way to the Moulin Rouge. We started our morning by walking up the Arc De Triumph. It was stunning views. I liked it a little more than the Eiffel Tower as it was not as high and I could actually see the tower in my view. We then walked down the Champs élysées and had a look in some ...
... to our hotel where we found our room now ready. We unpacked and rested. There would be no dinner for us this evening. We were both more tired, than hungry!
Monday 1 December 2014
Dining Jules Verne Restaurant, Eiffel Tower
We visited the garden markets close by our hotel. It's one of our favourite spots. This time of year they have Christmas trees ready. Real Christmas trees just wanting to adorn some living room ...
... of cabarets across Europe. Today, the Moulin Rouge is a tourist attraction, offering musical dance entertainment for visitors from around the world. Very disappointed with this show - service was terrible, food awful, we were packed in like cattle with barely any room to turn in your seat. The show, while had great colourful costumes (when they wore any!), the performers were unprofessional and some even unenthusiastic. Other entertainers during the ...
... left behind the sleepy, pretty, provincial and rural contemplation of Vezelay and had been propelled into a vibrant, teeming, hectic, urban scene. Here we were, with all the hustle and bustle you would find in one of Europe's leading tourist destinations, with all the cars and people, all the rush and scurry. This is Paris, after all. Different worlds, indeed.
We were expecting the arrival of special guests Anna and Hugh ( the GLW's sister and her husband ) who had come out ...
... way over to the Eiffel Tower to see it at night time and it twinkle on the hour. It was a little past nine when we finished dinner and it still was not dark out so we had to wait until 10 to see it twinkle but it was okay because it ended up stop raining and being a nice night out. Loads of people around sitting on the grass waiting to see it. It was fun. After that we wet back to the room and went to bed. Hoping to get more than a couple of hours of sleep before having to wake ...