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Fairly tuckered out from all the walking we hopped onto our hop on/hop off bus for the trek towards the Eiffel Tower where we'd pick up a ride on the Bateau Parisien. We grabbed a bite to eat at a food courtyard at the foot of the tower and right on the Seine. Some decent pizza, but nothing to write home about.
The boat tour took us along the Seine, back towards the Alexandre the 3rd's bridge (the first bridge to have been built ...
... where I was going, and said it was just around the corner from his daughter's place where he was going. Because the machines were playing up, he bought 2 tickets for us and I gave him cash. Then he took me through 3 train changes, and explained the metro to me and we had a good chat about different countries. I was very lucky.
My host here is very nice, and spent quite a bit of time explaining how I was to get to everywhere that I ...
The next day we went to the Arc De Triomphe and then the Lourve. It is the
biggest museum I have been in. We did not even see every part of it. We also do
not understand the hype over the Mona Lisa. As Eric said, if it was just hung on a
gallery wall amongst other paintings, it is almost one you could walk by. The
artworks that made us stop are the massive paintings that take up almost a
... it was an easy walk over Pont Charles de Gaulle to our one of a kind, very unique Parisienne home for the next 8 nights – bateau Justine. A wheelhouse of a boat moored on the Seine smack bang in the middle of the city. What a find! We were really lucky booking this one, as I had seen the listing on Airbnb several weeks earlier one night when I was up researching and Mikey was snoring beside me. I mentioned it to Mikey the next morning, and we both agreed that we could not ...
It was obvious from the outset that Paris knew it had given us a slightly ****** day yesterday, and was trying to make up for it. We woke up to the sun streaming down and blue only slightly smoggy skies, with the Eiffel Tower clearly visible from our bedroom window. We had paid for breakfast this morning and were delighted with it- croissants, Nutella, cornflakes, baguette and cheese, banana loaf, fresh coffee and orange juice. Intent ...