Seven Hotel Paris
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... One guy came upto me and asked me where i was from when I told him that I was not interested. . Sounded very rude to me! Inside of the basilica didn't disappoint me either. Due to time constraints, didn't get to spend much time inside the basilica.
Walked out of the basilica, to look for my hop-on-hop-off bus stop..I had pre-booked the yellow bus, which had 4 bus lines covering most of the city, unlike the other bus tours, which covers only the basic ...
We arrived back into Paris in the afternoon, following the same steps as we did last time with one major difference: this train into Paris was not an express, nor did it have air con. This train ride was close to hell, we weren't in the best shape but even for those passengers who were there were stressed faces displayed. With all the enjoyment and humidity of a train from Delhi to Mumbai I sit motionless, savouring any moment a breeze would cool my face but ...
On Wednesday I went back to the Rodin Museum (which was closed when I called in on Monday), and I am so glad I did. It was a lovely experience looking around the big garden and the sculptures placed around the gardens were just amazing. I was too mean to spend $16 to look inside the museum and instead paid $3 for a garden pass. I reckon I got my money's worth and more.
The first piece that caught my eye was a huge pair of doors called "The gates of hell". It was ...
... awesome apartment I had found).
Bless him. I still couldn't move so he joined me for a nap and after a few hours or so sleep we both woke to enjoy the rest of the late afternoon in Paris!
We stopped off at the local Monoprix and picked up some necessary provisions for our stay (bacon and eggs anyone?) and then wandered off to look at the neighbourhood - with a final pit stop at a local cafe for a glass of Rose (with a nod to Debs for this one!).
... It was great. Especially when we exited from the Metro station and found ourselves standing at the foot of the Arc de Triomphe. What a rush...
Again, we took some photos before heading down the famed Champs Élysées. Baby Madina was such a joy to be with--she is such a calm, relaxed baby, her liquid brown eyes just watching the world pass by from the comfort of her pram. We had no trouble with her at all as we walked half way down the avenue, to ...