Faubourg 216 - 224
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... other 3 fast asleep, they are missing some great countryside, rolling green hills, sheep, cattle, farmhouses and the odd castle. Anyway till later. Guy Arrived at our two bedroom unit in Montmartre, only a couple of metres away from the Sacre-Coeur. Taxi to get here was an experience the taxi driver lady had no idea of where our flat was, so map boy had to sit in ...
Who would have thought that there would be 2 flights to Paris leaving within 10 minutes of each other at midnight in Hong Kong! As we were tying to board we discovered that there were indeed 2 flights and we were at the wrong gate - cue the mad dash down the length of the airport to board the correct flight!
Our Cathay pacific flight from Hong Kong to Paris was smooth with good food (in terms do airplane food ...
... a place………..a huge man made cavern held up with rows of columns that the Romans built for their water supply. All the water came in from the hills around Istanbul via an aqueduct, some of which still exists in the city, but no longer works. The owners of the cistern have now stocked it with enormous carp which tend to congregate under the lights, I think they must get their food up there. The whole place was lit with just enough lighting to create a mysterious atmosphere ...
... designed as if it was still the royal palace. After that I went to the musuem shop to buy some postcards and gifts. The Louvre has a little underground shopping center where I wondered around a little then went to find the metro. I got back to Saint-Germain-en-Laye and I started to try to find my way home. I made a wrong choice at a split and ended up really lost. Luckily smart phones exist, so I pulled mine out and found my way ...
... every child's dream.
We arrived just before the 10 am opening time and went straight in without queuing – being winter, the number of people in the park was a fraction of what it would be during the summer months. It was very cold and foggy but the mist soon burnt off to reveal a nice day.
Once inside, we were obviously in awe of the vast size and number of attractions. Our first ride was the steam train ...