Ibis Budget Courbevoie Paris la Défense 1
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... soldiers. This little shop was down a beautiful very narrow little street. Chris was in his element and made a couple of purchases - a day late birthday present. Not many photos today however we went around the back and side of Notre Dame which was just as impressive as the front. We also went to Centre Pompidou which is the national museum ...
... table on the boat was
near the front, although the section of the boat we were in had sides and roof
of glass so the views were enchanting. We went up the Seine for a while looking
at the areas one guide book describes as the trendy area of Paris. This did
include the Notre Dame so not quite sure about that. Still all very enjoyable.
Then we turned around and headed down river; around this time we were having
entrée and a drink, the girls champagne and ...
... back in the US in order to double check that I had the correct pin for my chip card. I had forgotten that he was on the road so that turned out to be a dead end (and created a tired and cranky husband). Next, I considered buying my ticket in the ticket office, but the line was painfully long. Finally, I gave the machines a last try and, by some stroke of luck, it accepted my backup credit card for payment this time. Yay! I would not be stranded at ...
... up the hill towards the funicular that would take us to base camp Sacre Coeur. Construction on the Basilica began in 1875 and was finished in 1914 and was was consecrated after the end of World War I in 1919.The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, commonly known as Sacré-Cœur Basilica is a Roman Catholic church and minor basilica, dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in Paris. A popular landmark, the basilica is located at the summit of ...
... showerhead, it immediately floods the shaIlow basin and the bathroom floor becomes overflown with warm rivulets carrying my old accumulated Dubai dust and flight fatigue. I blush at my various attempts at French, taken back to the 11-year old private school days where self-confidence is as elusive as identity and self-esteem. I loved French then; its musicality, its associated romance and elegance. But why the resistance ...
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