Mercure Raspail Montparnasse
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... and we had to get on amongst 200 Asian tourists which was interesting to say the least! The tour finished up after midnight and we headed back on the metro for our last night!
Thursday 23rd - fly out day. The depressed feelings of having to come home have really set in now. Also the awesome feeling of basically having to travel for 24 continuous hours. The multiple glasses ...
Started with breakfast at the hotel. Went on a bus tour with a local guide, Valerie. She was super cool and funny and had a sweet accent. We saw so many things from the Bastille Square to an old military hospital and an old royal Chappell. We also got a really good look at the Eiffel Tower and saw the screen they were showing the French Open on. Then we went to Notre Dame and got to tour the inside and it was ...
... But by the time we were at the front of the line he still wasn't there so we went in without him. It was really dark inside and all you could see was the stained glass windows which were really big and I couldn't see the roof because it was so dark. When we got out we saw Dad at the back of the line looking for us so we had to go get him. We then took the Batobus to a Cafe that Rhonda suggested but we couldn't find it but in the area ...
... Delicious! Although the dirty looks we got from wanting to seat sanque people in a space designed for deux was uncomfortable. After late breakfast was over, Catherine wanted lunch, so we decided to go see Sacré-Cœur - justification being that a walk up a very steep set of stairs would wear off the calories we'd just had, and were about to have. Several minor cardiac moments later, and after Kylie was stalked by the weird ghost thing from the Scream movies, ...
... locks of love" attached to a footbridge caused part of a railing to collapse. Thousands of lovers from across the world visit the Pont des Arts every year and seal their love by attaching a padlock carrying their names to its railing and throwing the key in the Seine. Police were forced to hurriedly usher visitors off the footbridge in central Paris after 2.4 metres of railing collapsed under the weight of the collected love tokens.
he Eiffel ...