Hotel Saint Germain
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... so you don’t wait in the queue to purchase tickets. Some people wait up to 2-3 hours !
We went up to the second level and we got fantastic views of the city. Once the tour was over, we could then freely travel up to the top level of the tower and it was AMAZING! It was amazing to believe that the structure is over 130 years old and still going strong. Only warning I would share, to get to the summit level, you have to ...
... it's an hour train ride, we wouldn't get there until 11am and there are usually lots of tourists and long lines to get in. So we opted not to go. Next time. Wednesday morning we packed up and went to the airport. At the hotel they said to take the metro, get off at the next stop and then transfer over to the airport. We figured it would be just as easy to walk over to the metro stop to the airport. Then we didn't have to fight with people on the trains with our ...
... br> Dinner - Cobb Salad and Pear Sorbet at Cafe Kleber
Sunday: Breakfast - Gaufre (waffle) at Versailles
Lunch - Crepe au chocolat and chocolat chaud (hot chocolate) at Versailles
Dinner - Hot dog covered with cheese at the boat tour
Monday: Breakfast - Ham and ...
... beating even the Eiffel Tower with 13 million visitors each year. But the famous cathedral is also an active Catholic church, a place of pilgrimage, and the focal point for Catholicism in France - religious events of national significance still take place here. Louvre The Louvre Museum is one of the world's largest museums and a historic monument. A central landmark of Paris, it is located on the Right Bank of the Seine in the 1st disrict. Nearly ...
... wall could be
erected at the west of the choir, allowing the chapter to use it without
interruption while the rest of the building slowly took shape). After
Bishop Maurice de Sully's death in 1196, his successor, ...