Eiffel Saint Charles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... day, and rightfully so we started it wish pastries. Thibaut and Eva recommended a pastry shop just up the street from their flat that is among the best pastry shops in Paris. They were right, oh my - it was delicious! We got two full bags of treats, some we left for them, and some that Conor and I ate. We had tossed around the idea of taking a train out of town to visit the Palace of Versailles or Monet's Gardens's but decided we wanted another relaxed day. After eating our ...
... the city, and then walk about 45 minutes underground and pop up somewhere else in the city. Along the way, you get a geology lesson about the formation of the rock strata under Paris, a history of the cemeteries, and see about 6 million skeletons all neatly stacked up. These are the overflow from various ancient cemeteries that used to be inside the old city walls. Whilst I wasn't particularly disturbed by the sight of millions of bones (I was still coming to terms with ...
... Not clearly being able to understand the detail in his stories, we politely listened and tried to look serious when he did, and laughed when he did, so as not to appear rude.As we listened to the continuing stories from our newfound friend, the cafe began to fill and was soon almost full, and to our surprise a number of the patrons interrupted his chatter, and asked to take his photograph, or have a 'selfie' with him.This was somewhat off ...
... I'm going to learn my 3 key sentences for each country : 'I want this' 'do you speak English' and 'I understand/don't understand' It seems to work. I knew a bit more than that in French but any other languages will be interesting. I'm rambling. Oops. So basically after the louve I walked past the Joan of arc statue (and some others), the hotel where the winner of the Tour de France gets to live in for a week and fly their flag on, climbed the arc de triomphe ...
... motorcyclists and moped riders that were passing between cars with only inches to spare, without warning they would come through and then swing in front of us to change lanes. We went through one intersection where the road went from two lanes into one...somehow just in front of the opposite side we were four abreast with everyone trying to get into the one lane. There was only one way to get through this and that was ...