Kyriad Plaisir St Quentin en Yvelines
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... metro station and made our way to the Tower. Photos and a stroll, and on failing to find a gelato stop, headed back to the metro and made for home. Perth is not the only city to virtually shut down on Sunday's. Very quiet out. Home by 8:30, light snacks, showers and preparations for our last night in Paris. We leave Paris tomorrow for Amsterdam, our last stop before heading home. 10:25 train, so hopefully a relaxed exit from Paris! Goodnight, and Au Revoir ...
... famous for its delicacies. We came home around 5.30 and haven't moved off the couch since, apparently we covered about 40kms, but it was great fun and they are so geared up for cycling that you feel quite carefree. A little fact about the arrondissements that I learnt at school, I could never understand why snails are so popular in Paris, it is because the arrondissements are numbered in a circular motion in the shape of a snail shell, your lesson for the day is ...
... Statue of Liberty, a close up of the Eiffel Tower and then lunch in the Trocadero District. Our bellies were full, so a small dinner was in store. Perhaps we will crawl up the hill and have escargot! For those who know of this form of measurement, Ardeth has been wearing her pedometer and we are already approaching 24000 steps today and averaging between 15000 and 20000 per day since our arrival. Hopefully this will balance our calorie ...
... is also amazing, and shares many of the same qualities, except with a lot more hills and tourists.
We walked along the Seine in the evening, and made sure to visit all of the monuments at nighttime as well. In my opinion, Paris is more beautiful at night. We also made sure to engage in very French things, such as: eating pain au chocolat, croissants and many baguettes, enjoying French "petit dejeuner" at various cafes and drinking beer/wine before 11am.
... we took the subway to the Abbesses station and walked up the many stairs to the Basilique du Sacré Cœur. While it felt a tad touristy, the Romano-Byzantine styled church was simply magnificent. We quietly walked through the interior of the basilica. For a small donation, you can buy and light a candle while offering a prayer. Catherine took this sacred act very seriously and got a little teary eyed thinking of the family members who had passed ...