Hotel L'Adresse Paris
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... fact each morning I hear the bells toll and can look out the window to see how long the line is and given that it is summer the area is absolutely buzzing with tourists.
Yesterday was Bastille day so we walked down to the Tuileries Garden to view the fly overs and the first one was about 12 jets with jet streams in red, white and blue - amanzing! Then on to Place de la Madeleine, near the Champs-Élysées ...
... the Louvre Museum), and to see the pyramids outside the Louvre. We walked around for a bit, and took a few pictures. Then, we decided to walk down to the Notre Dame, which was a few minutes away. Since the line was so long to go inside the church, and the fact that it was getting close to dinner time (we had plans to meet up with some of Uli's friends who were also in town), we decided to wait until Monday to see Notre Dame. There were some pretty entertaining street performers ...
... is well despite the blistering winds and falling, because we are Canadian!!
So, with that little rant of nationalism, we continued our journey towards the modern version of the arc.....l'arche de La Défense! This was built in 1989 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the French Revolution and it serves today as federal government offices.
I hope that I am not ...
... to hot coffee & a chance to sit & recover in the waiting area, when we were suddenly told to exit area we were in & wait in another area close by ...due to a "suspicious package" being left somewhere in the vicinity. The police & army started arriving from all directions to attend to the matter while we stood & waited in a freezing cold hall .....an hour or so later, when the area was declared safe, ...
More site seeing! It's been cloudy but it's not raining. Were off to check out the catacombs. The cemetery's were getting overcrowded in Paris and starting to become a health risk for near by residents, in the 1700s. It was the decided to relocate all the bodies to a abandoned mine outside of town. The idea caught on and over 6 million dead were moved into the mine, from cemeteries all over Paris and from the hospitals morgue. Paris grew over the mine but because of their existence ...