Ibis Paris La Defense Centre
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We are in Paris! Maria and I headed off to Paris for the weekend! Our first day was so much fun! We hit up all the major landmarks and ended the day with a boat tour on the Seine. Enjoy the pictures!
... lysées. We stopped for lunch then continued shopping. Realising I needed a bathroom became a bit of an issue as there wasn't one close. After directions and getting lost then getting more directions we finally found like a place called luxury Bathrooms. The charged you 2 euro to use their 'fancy bathroom' biggest rip off ever! It was like a sauna and wasn't even that nice! We continued checking out the shops then made our way back to the ...
... it was only won by 2 votes!), nor that anyone in their right mind would complain that it is an eyesore. The “monstrous” tower had its 125th birthday this year, and no longer is there any controversy over the marvel that rises from the banks of the Seine. To me, as to many the world over, it is the pride and symbol of this beautiful city, the embodiment of Paris, and as I said, I just can’t get enough of it!
As well as spotting it (or parts of it) ...
... the Tour de France bicycle race. We visited a very famous church in Paris called the Sacre Coeur. It is high on the hill and is a lovely place to watch the sunset over Paris. While we were there this AMAZING gymnast / soccer player was doing tricks with a soccer ball on a small pillar. It was super dangerous if he fell, but he was seriously talented as a soccer player. Paris has some amazing places to visit, it also have the most delicious pastries We have also eaten ...
... paintings in the main one over the altar and the nave. Quite modest in comparison to St Peters in Rome or the Palais Versailles. Spent a bit of time wandering the streets of Montmartre. Certainly is an interesting part of Paris with its narrow streets and steps down to the rest of town. Managed to go in the opposite direction to where we wanted to go and ended up catching the metro to our destination. Map reader had a bad day! Had a look at ...