Ibis Budget Paris Porte de Montreuil
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... beautiful place without any modern tools. The gardens and the palace were amazing to tour but after a dinner just outside of the palace gates it was time to finally see the monument that screams Paris; the Eiffel Tower.
Climbing the stairs from the metro it was amazing to immediately see the Eiffel tower glistening in the night sky. Somehow it was even more beautiful than I had remembered. Instantly, my love for Paris was rekindled; I felt ...
Today was a bit more laid back then the rest. Sean and I woke up a little earlier and beat the crowds to go to the second floor of the Eiffel towel. We were lucky once again and got right into the elevator. They views are amazing of the city and we could see all the little spots we had explored for the past couple days up there. On our walk back towards the ...
... quite a walk however, it allowed us to take in all the classic sights of Paris such as the Palace De Justice, the Louvre, Petite Palace and Grand Palace. They are all so fine, grey in colour, splashed with gold and anything but drab, as their colour would suggest!
On arrival at the Eiffel Tower the cue for tickets was enormous, over a two hour wait to get to the first viewing platform. Lucky for us, we bought ...
... our berth right in the heart of the Bastille arriving Friday afternoon. We then had a free day to explore Paris before we had to leave the Barge this morning (Sunday 16 June)
For our cycling friends you need to know that we went to the 'Tour of the Flanders Centre' at Oudernaarde in Belgium . We met Freddy Maartens, twice world cycling champion. The Centre has many interactive displays ...
... with the trash, odors and wikiups of the homeless. Not an auspicious introduction.
In the early evening we assembled with the rest of our tour group for an introductory dinner at the “Chez Clement” restaurant on the Champs Elysees, just half a block down from the Arc de Triomph. Our companions were an eclectic bunch. Five were Canadians including us and a delightful threesome – two sisters and a daughter – from Saskatchewan. ...