Kyriad Cachan Paris Sud
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... punishing them for their sins when they lost wars around the late 1800's. Since the day it was opened in the early 1900's there has always been someone in the building praying that God will forgive the sins of the world. We decided to take on the challenge of walking up to the top of the dome of the church and were well rewarded for that decision. The view was spectacular and we were able to get a better feel for the locations we visited yesterday. The stairs up and down the ...
Today's the day when Rachel finally gets to see the Eiffel Tower. We decided to catch the Hop on Hop off double decker bus. Paris is just too big to see it all by foot. The metro in French is a little daunting.
Girls loved being in a double decker bus. This also enabled us to see a lot of things we wouldn't have been able to.
... occupies a place more important than the pope. Actually, she did not attend the ceremony to protest the friction of Napoleon with his brothers Lucien and Joseph. Napoleon's father, Charles Bonaparte, died in 1785. Maria Letizia asked the painter to give it a place of honour. In 1808, when Napoleon discovered the canvas completed in the workshop of David, he was enthralled, and expressed his gratitude to the painter who ...
After breakfast we all took off to get Pete sorted with with the medicines he had left behind in Brisbane. Luckily the chemist the lady at the hotel steered us toward was kind enough to give Pete his tablets without him needing to go to doctor for a script. Pete had been worrying much of the night before how he would get on. We then walked with Warren to the Louvre where he stayed to explore and Pete and I continued on to the Musee D'Orsay. ...
... to say that they've gone part-way up the Eiffel Tower? Unfortunately, as we had walked up the stairs we didn't have a ticket to take the lift to the top (they don't let you walk that part). Even if we did, the entire population of Paris, it seemed, were queuing for the summit lift, rather than enjoying the stunning views from level 2. We accepted the fact that we would not make it to the top, and began the descent. 669 steps. It's a lot.
Back at our hotel, we followed on ...