Hotel Pas de Calais
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... a French restaurant our waiter was funny and making jokes, also teaching luke some french, the food was beautiful we had steak and chips it was the best steak we have ever had. They always offer drinks in small, medium and large and always get bread to start complimentary. We went on the "love locks" bridge with all the locks. We bought a love lock and put it on the bridge on the left hand side of the 5th pillar in from right side of the bridge, locked it up and through our keys ...
... because I was thinking a couple of hours. Yeah we caught the lift up because we had already walked the Saint Paul's Cathedral in London and the Tower is like 3 times that height. No thank you, the top was amazing though we went all the way to as high as you could go :o so stunning. Another thing to tick off by bucket list. Paris is just so pretty. So much history. I wish I had a little more time in places but I guess one day is just enough ...
... corner. I so enjoyed this Croque on its toasted brown bread after the refined white bread of Italy and Croatia, and I didn't feel disgusting afterwards. The tour then took me around the side to view the Cathedral, then around the back. I was meant to go into the underground Holocaust memorial, but it was closed. I then heard commentary on what was on other side of the Seine river there. The tour walked me over down a couple of streets around in the Latin Quarter, including to ...
... eating and watching the passing parade.
Headed to The Louvre. Like the Metro you have to go down 2 levels before you even start. Such an amazing building linking the old palace with new corridors. After seeing Mona Lisa we headed to Egyptian Antiquities. Tim has a degree in Cartography and even he was bamboozled by the plan.
The Louvre is so big and now ...
... a mad free for all, with everyone fighting their way through the hordes. Definitely not something we would have wanted to try for ourselves. Clearly my husband was completely right in not wanting to drop our luggage off at the hotel before returning the car.
Our cab driver somehow made it through without injury or collision, and soon dropped us at our hotel, which - thought very tiny - had a lovely view of the Eiffel Tower from ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed