Ibis Budget Paris Porte d'Aubervilliers
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... looked around, took a few photos and carried on with my mission to walk down the Champs Elyssees until I reached the Petite Palais.
Wow what a cool shopping street. I'd say it was longer than the Ramblas in Barcelona, but just as crowded with tourists. The shops aren't for the faint hearted because other than the busiest MacDonalds in the world they are all very classy and expensive. I'm surprised they don't charge just for looking in the window. I got a coffee from ...
... prominently displayed skulls) of quite literally six million Parisians stacked neatly when the cemeteries on ground level began to overflow. It was incredibly eerie and even the tunnels themselves were amazing, although very low and I increasingly feared hitting my tall head. We emerged after forty minutes but agreed it was worth the hellish wait. A nice old man directed us to the appropriate tube for the restaurant Nims parents had recommended. ...
... to go inside as another long line!!! We then headed to Monceau Gardens that Alaina recommended (thanks), it was lovely to see so many people, families, couples, old and young enjoying the sunshine. (Not tourists) It was then time to head back and think about something to eat. Managed to buy 2 half bottles of red Bordeaux wine for 3 euros, crazy price and great to drink. Planning an early night for our early start tomorrow if we are going to beat the ...
... big day tomorrow and an early start so hopefully the weather holds and get a great day! Monday we awoke and got straight out the door at 8am as we wanted to beat the crowds and get to the Louvre which opened at 10am. We grabbed a chocolate croissant and a baguette each for breakfast and walked our way to the museum. We thought arriving 1hr before open time would put us near the entrance... We couldn't have been more wrong. These people must have camped overnight!! We were in ...
... outside greatly. I can see why the French people were upset that they starved while the palace had silk lining their walls during different times of the year. If you have seen Sofia Coppola's 'Marie Antoinette' with Kirsten Dunst, yes the story is far-fetched in many areas, that was the point, but the set designers were spot on with their decor. FUN FACT: There was terrible water pressure at the palace so when the king wanted to go for a walk in the gardens, a guy had to ...
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