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... for 150 euro (an extra 30 euro a night) I’ve decided to stay where I am.
Walked north up Rue Paul Albert and turned left before climbing one of the steep sets of stairs that lead to Sacre Coeur. Kept walking to the tourist precinct and took a turn around the artist’s market before visiting St Pierre’s which sits in one corner of the same square. St Pierre’s is the second oldest church in Paris and dates from 1133. It was originally part ...
... to the apartment for a nap (I could get used to this!), and then headed out in the evening for the Eiffel Tower. We got off the Metro at Trocadero, which is across the river and offers unmatched views of the Tower, and then bought tickets for the stairs to the second level, but not before I kicked some cobblestone (wearing flip flops) so hard that I half-expected to see exposed bone when I looked down at my big toe. After a hot climb to the second platform (I'd guess maybe ...
... etc. There were many of these programs interspersed with different taxidermied animals and insects.
Once we all tired of the museum, we took the Metro to Jardin de Villette. This park has a number of smaller parks inside it. The highlight of this park is the Dragon Park, and that's what we went there to find; however, the Dragon Park is currently under reconstruction. We did find the Park of Wind and Dunes, after much exploring and a ...
... br> See where King Henry IV was assassinated
Getting to see the éclat de soi boutique and meet one of the ladies running the place. Being able to see the work being done there.
Having dinner at Le Molière with Suzy and the group in Paris
Getting to know Brad and Vikki Boyer during dinner (She's a technology teacher in middle school and Brad's just hip)
... is a HUGE time saver!
After we visited the Pantheon we decided on doing this 3 hour walking tour. The tour was free….research pays off once again! When the tour was over you decide how much you feel the tour is worth and give a gratuity if you like. The tour began at St. Michel Fountain and walked past many of the city’s attractions. Our guide, Arnaud, was very knowledgeable and quite ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed