Ibis Budget Paris Porte De La Chapelle
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... worse, it could be even colder. As it turned out, we went through in about 5 minutes only to find out that you don't buy the ticket to go up the top in the cathedral but you do this outside. We took this in our stride without too much worry that we had lined up needlessly or for the fact that we walked on by earlier in the day. If we hadn't we possibly wouldn't have got to the cemetery. We headed on out, turned down the side and of course there was a line ...
the morning the breakfast was all ready for us, there were croissants,
breads, eggs, sausages... all sorts of breakfast we could choose from.
We then walked to the local train station to catch a train to Paris.
First stop was to see the Eiffel Tower.... while we were walking, we
came across the tunnel where Lady Dianna died and there was a monument
... smoke follows you everywhere and dogs go everywhere. However dog poop is no longer everywhere. There was a time stepping in dog poop was common, not so much anymore.
We start out at 8:30. The day is gray and we,re hoping for no rain. The metro station is right around the corner from the hotel and we make our way there. William explains how the metro works and how we are going to get our destination. Half the group hasn,t been on ...
... took a subway to the Eiffel Tower. We stepped up out of the subway in front of the Palais de Chaillot, which is an Architectural, naval & ethnographic museum. From there steps lead to fountains & gardens, which are directly across from the Eiffel Tower. We took numerous pictures from the top of the steps and then went to the tower. We had to literally wade through masses of guys walking around selling cheap trinkets like statues of ...
... and pay to go inside and see all fancy marble royal tombs. I only went there because the little town has the closest supermarket to here and I needed some toiletries and teabags and stuff. But it was a nice little town to wander around and a lovely introduction to France
The second day I took a 20 minute metro ride into the centre of Paris and along with a few hundred other tourists checked out Notre Dame Cathedral from ...