Ibis Paris Gare Du Nord
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... I would have to bring my kids there someday. I loved watching the kids all playing. There is something about foreign children that I just love. They are so cute and are always well behaved. I hope that I can raise my family in Europe one day. We kept walking and found the first English bookstore established on the continent. It was so cute. There were a few cookbooks that I wanted to get you, mom and dad, but when I looked through them I thought that you guys already ...
... then visited the Sacre Ceaur (church of the Sacred Heart). Saw a couple of gypsies get grabbed and reprimanded by the police, witnessed a marriage proposal by another couple and saw 2 others on their way to be married. Montmartre (martyrs mountain) is where the typically French painters and other artists sell their wares amongst the cafés and bistros and beside the church on cobbled stone streets. We were actually pleased to be out of the ...
... a 3 hour journey so a great way to travel.
All our other trips were long in distance so train was not an option sadly.
Again with the expertise of Danita and Paul we found our way to our next digs.
Another very warm evening so instead of sitting in a restaurant we sat on the edge of the Canal not far from where we were staying and fitted in with everyone else doing the same thing enjoying a bite to eat while watching the world go by. Many ...
... Prior to any further aimless wandering our leader was persuaded to take the metro to the Arc de Triomphe. Again easier said than done, but we got there....must be getting better with practise! However, getting across the eight lane motorway with no lanes was another issue altogether......we tried several stairs leading downwards, only to find ourselves back at a metro station or further along the afore mentioned motorway! Then, as if by magic a ...
... de Triomphe. We saw first hand the crazy 10 lane roundabout that encircles the monument and it's even more frightening in person. Napoleon built this thing to commemorate successful battles but really today it just blesses those that can make it around the adjacent streets alive. Not knowing where we were going we made a lucky street choice and headed down what we later found was the champs élysées. This was an awesome experience. Even on a Sunday the ...