Hotel Ariane Montparnasse
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All I want to do right now is take a nap but instead I'm sitting in the lobby waiting for my room to be ready
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... day getting over that one!
From here we walked to the Pont Neuf...the original "love lock" bridge where upon the girls declared that we should place our lock for when we go back next time (I assume they meant 'sans kids'!).
Museč D'Orsay was next to see the Impressionists and then from here we made our way to the Eiffel Tower for our evening tour. We had a very nice American tour guide who told us a bit of the background as to how the tower came to ...
... Wilde and Jim Morrison reside among other luminaries), visit the Opera, eat baguettes in at least one of the jardins Luxembourg or Plante.
Hmmm...that might cover it. We will get out little boat pass for Monday and Tuesday so that our feet will thank us. Apart from the practical, it is seriously lovely on the Seine and better than a bus anyday.
... It was full of lots of clever thoughts. But, I decided to delete it all because my blood pressure was going up a bit. And, I'm sure family and friends don't have to see this lovely encounter:)
After the park, we crossed over the Seine and walked toward Notre Dame. Such an amazing structure. We went inside when we were here the first time. This time it was probably close to 6pm and very crowded with ...
... 20 minutes before giving up and deciding to just keep walking, only to find out that the stop we needed was accross the street. Perfect!!
We took the Metro and the bus home and stopped at the local bakery on our way to get some dessert for after supper. .Tara and Greg were waitig at home for us and had supper ready. Mmmm pasta. We enjoyed some wine and ate our dessert and then discussed what we should do the next day.
... up the hill towards the funicular that would take us to base camp Sacre Coeur. Construction on the Basilica began in 1875 and was finished in 1914 and was was consecrated after the end of World War I in 1919.The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, commonly known as Sacré-Cœur Basilica is a Roman Catholic church and minor basilica, dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in Paris. A popular landmark, the basilica is located at the summit of ...