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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... even hung over! Lovely day so we dropped shopping off and caught bus down to BHV and Geox shop nearby. Two pair for Jeff and a pair for me. A quick stop into BHV as front bedroom needs new bedside lamps. Success and bus home. Nothing planned for the evening, apart from meeting Rob and Marg, who had just arrived in Paris, for a drink at Paolo's. A glass of dry Prosecco and a bottle of red and a delicious plate of charcuterie before the West Australians called it a night. A quiet one ...
... many people were out enjoying the sunny Sunday.
Continuing on through the streets we visited the monument to the storming of the Bastille, which marked the beginning of the French Revolution (well one them anyway). The Bastille contained only seven inmates at the time but it was more a symbolic gesture against the excesses of the monarchy. Those excesses are certainly well evident in the opulent buildings that are left standing today, most of which are now museums and art ...
Up early and had a typical French breakfast at a local bagel shop - croissants etc. Then off to Notre Dame to join the long queue to climb the tower. Waited an 1.5 hrs and eventually in to climb approx. 420 spiralling stairs to the top of the tower. Magnificent views of Paris and the Seine River. A gothic masterpiece that started building in 1163 and finally completed in 1345 - 182 years later. Spectacular ...
... tour departing from L'Opera and running around central Paris. It was really good (again Rachel was not thrilled with the narration and talk of Love) and we got to see some things we hadn't yet like the Arc'D Triomphe. Great tour so we decided to eat and then do the Montmarte tour as I wanted to see Sacre Courer. Well yeah. Rachel started to not feel good and we decided to sit on the bottom. We learned many things on this tour. First, Montmarte is not the nicest ...
... 6 & 7 million human skeletons resting in the old tunnels ands it is quite a sight. To cheer things up a little we decided to go from 20m underground to 300m above it, we climbed the Eiffel tower. what a structure. It truly is amazing, so massive and yet so delicate. to think how long ago it was built too, with such primitive technology (it took 3 years worth of calculations to fully design ...