Hotel Victor Masse
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We started today with a walk up the hill to the Sacre-Coeur. What a beautiful chapel with a stunning view across the city. We then walked through the Montmarte district through some shops and stumbled across an amazing french chocolat shop and bakery. Our real french food experience as most other purchases have been italian or cater at home due to …
... and perfume and presents for my boyfriend. I then jumped on another bus with quite difficulty because my French is very poor and went to see the Eifel Tower, I paid 7 euros to go on the lift and go up, it was incredibly high and wow it's such a beautiful structure.
I spent ages talking to this young French woman who was explaining to me about when The Germans came ...
... We ate at a cute little French restaurant called "Au clairon des chasseurs;" there was live music inside the restaurant and artists outside drawing portraits in the beautiful square that held a few other restaurants. For dinner, we had a three course meal. I got to try escargot! It's actually not that bad, I mean, if you like mussels or seafood you'd probably love it. Honestly, I feel like the French could make anything taste like heaven - seriously I've never had ...
... free style soccer (tricky cool stuff with a soccer ball) which was very impressive to watch. Following a recommendation (thanks Tom!) We went to Montpanasse which is a 59 story building with a viewing platform. We arrived at sun set and had spectacular views of Paris and of course the Eiffel Tower. We also saw all the lights come on and sparkle which was cool.
Sunday was our day trip visit to Versailles. We ended up doing this ourselves and followed the many tips that we found on ...
... of Louis VII, and opinion differs as to whether Sully or Pope Alexander III laid the foundation stone
of the cathedral. However, both were at the ceremony in question.
Bishop de Sully went on to devote most of his life and ...