Ibis Paris Porte Clichy Centre
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... a very dirty plane except with no seat belts. We went through an underwater tunnel between England and France. When we arrived at Paris it was not like what I was expecting. There was lots of spray painted grafiti on the buildings and and there were dirty streets. We went to our apartment by taxi and I realised that in Paris people drive on the opposite side of the road and their steering wheel is on the left hand side of the ...
... spectacular, have a little look but it is closed, so we will have to come back tomorrow. We spend the next 2 hours taking in the nearby streets and then it's back to the hotel for a sleep. (Wednesday) We head off to find some pastries for breakfast then it's off the learn the Metro!!! We head for the Eiffel Tower, luckily this is very impressive and Goz enjoys that visit, ...
... and Edith Piaf!!!
A little bit of shopping, including a lovely stroll down the champs Elysées, rounded out our morning and early afternoon activities.
We made our way back to our hotel to meet up with our guide and bus driver to head out to the city of Versailles. The tour of the chateau was certainly a favourite for all students as we saw the opulence and extravagance of the period of history known as absolutism. The walk down the wooden parkay floors of the hall ...
... for as long as we could rather than wake him. We swung south west and walked through Paris' traditional red light district including the famous Moulin Rouge. Our scenic, non-direct stroll home took us past Ste Trinity church and les Galeries Lafayette. Suddenly there was the sound of a marching band and we came across a impromptu concert on the steps of the Opéra Garnier. Before we knew it we were walking through an area known as Colonne Vendome-- full of pricey ...
... found a small, friendly restaurant where we had a lovely meal that energized us for a sortie into the dazzling street life of St Germaine.
Simply blown away by the splendour of both the buildings and the local lifestyle... deeply impressed.
Next day we walked along the Right Bank of the Seine straight to the Louvre. The powerful bells of Notre Dame ringing out the early Sunday mass were just unforgettable, a ...