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Travel Blogs from St.-Thibault-des-Vignes
Today was always going to be a huge day! The last official day of the tour! Our day song was played louder than usual, the fist pumping was crazy and and we did quite possibly scare a top deck bus that parked beside us at the lights! The day started with a bus tour of the city before heading to the perfumery! Having a cold does affect your sense of smell so I hope that the perfumes I bought are okay! After the perfumery we had free time until 4pm, Megan and I went to the ...
... right now all artists are at a bit of a stump. So we got to experience many different styles of art under one category because everyone was trying different things to see what would be the next big thing. After that we split up: Livvy and nana hit the taxi sand, and dad, papa, Jordan and I hit the subway. We headed to Sacre Coeur, a building in Paris that looks out of place because if it's Indian style. We climbed about...I'd say three hundred steps to the entrance ...
... surprising small painting that took 10 minutes of pushing to catch a glimpse of. To me the 40m paintings of various kings and emperors were much more spectacular. After a quick lunch we took a look at the outside of the louvre, the pyramid. A massive 20m high glass pyramid, that added to our collection of photos with pointy things. We returned later that night to view this great structure once more, now lit up with yellow lights, an amazing structure and eventful day i will never ...
... and we squeezed through the gate when no one was looking. As if to make up for our train station troubles, the universe apologized with a smack-you-in-the-face view of the Eiffel Tower when we came up to the street. We opted to go up to the second platform of the Eiffel Tower not by elevator, which is available, but by stairs. More stairs! Why? Because we're nutty...and it was cheaper. If anyone thought 300 steps to the dome of the ...
... time in over a month are
getting ready for one helluva party. “It’s been terrific, and the best organised Peking to Paris so far, a wonderful
route, wonderfully put together,” said Gerry Crown, winner of the Classics
Category sitting in the sun on the roof of his old Leyland P76, beaming. He
should know. The 81-year-old driver who has beaten drivers half his age to win
for a second time is ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed