Ibis Paris Sacré Coeur 18eme
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This white stone church was worth the visit and beware of the long staircase. If you are lazy you can take the funicular.
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Washing, and leave it to dry for the day. Church 200 steps Walked back down, found way to metro (not the one I was aiming for ... But that doesn't matter) The streets weren't all marked on my map, and some streets weren't labelled! Got carry on bag for 10 euro No wheels, but it's big enough to fit a fair amount of stuff in! Walked around opera …
Today we went to the Louvre and it was so hot. The first thing we did was go to see the Mona Lisa and it is nothing compared to the rest of the art in there. The crowds were facing the small, not that impressive Mona Lisa when there's a really ...
... that had been delayed. They were really helpful in both Paris and Dubai, and Karen's had really comfy trips both times so she's feeling a lot less stressed even though she's still in a lot of pain when she puts any weight on her hip.
So that's the end of our Italy/France adventure and the last of my blog entries, so no more spam emails from me! I was really sad leaving Paris, although my last couple of days were so busy I didn't have time to reminisce too much! It ...
... can be rented out.
Here's what we learned very quickly. Getting around with kids in Paris is HARD. More so for us since Emmanuel needs help with the steps and we take his walker with us when there's going to be lots of walking, so thats one more thing to carry.
We thought we would take the bus so that Carissa could get the hang of using the bus. After all the bus would probably be running empty on the weekend. Wrong. It was packed. In fact it was as ...
... I should say the first queue, as we had a few at this spot. No dramas at all, but it was a little different to England where queues were normal, and they'd provide some signage so you knew how long you'd be waiting for.
After getting tickets and waiting for the initial lift, we were soon heading up to the 1st and 2nd levels. With the windows being fairly large, Liam was doing a great job of calming himself and when feeling too feral he'd just close ...