Ibis Styles Hôtel Paris Gare du Nord TGV
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... glad that we did walk, as we were able to stop off at the first floor and see an interesting display about the construction of the Tower, as well as walk over glass flooring sections which provided a direct view straight down on the people below. Another nice surprise while walking down was seeng a firework display of the Trocedro and then reaching the bottom right on 7pm when the Tower lit up in a magical flashing light display.
... waffles and crepes, and artist entertainment. What fun this is. Everyone has smiles on their faces. It's such a peaceful and happy time. I finally arrive at the Louvre. Huge doesn't describe the size of this building. The Louvre (French: Musée du Louvre) is one of the world's largest museums and a historic monument. A landmark of Paris, it is located on the Right Bank of the Seine River. Nearly 35,000 objects from prehistory to the 21st century are exhibited over ...
... got dark and as it hit the hour all the sparkly lights went off!! So pretty. I see why people love Paris!
On Tuesday we met up with Liam again and went to the Notre Dame, the line was so small we were just getting everything right in Paris! And it was FREE!! so good! The Notre Dame is very cool inside and out. It is just so amazing seeing things soo old. We just don't have that in Australia! The windows were spectacular, and all the stone carvings ...
... and a fort. We walked around and enjoyed the old character of it. After eating Croque Monsiers for dinner (the French equivalent of fast food) at a cafe we drove to Mont St. Michel. After taking out a large sum of Euros from the bank machine in town.
So far Mt. St. Michel has been the highlight of my trip to France. It is a monastery from the 6th century and it is on an island on a bay. The bay in fact flows right through its entrance. It pays allegiance to ...
... is as the photos show a stunningly beautiful setting for a cafe.
With the walk down the Champs Elysees I probably only walked for a total of 31/2 hours and I had had enough. God help me when I tackle the really big places like the Louvre. If I don't come home in September I will probably be lost in action, walking down some long passageway still trying to find my way out of the Louvre or some other ridiculously big art gallery. It's a tough job, but someone has to do ...