Le Manoir De Gressy
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- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... is not in a great part of town, and if you want to try to buy macarons for your friend in Amsterdam, you're not going to find patisseries in the more, um, less extravagant parts of Paris. I did find a box of chocolates, after a long time (which may or may not have been bought at the train station, it's the thought that counts right?) The train was super comfortable and I arrived that night with no problems. On the train, I sat next to possibly the best ...
... Once again we found the queue into Notre Dame far too long to join but we were pleased to be about to circumvent it at Musee D'Orsay by having a pass. At least an hour was saved. Once again Emma and I found ourselves before masterpieces. Given we had missed the Rodin Museum yesterday I enjoyed being able to walk upon his sculptures. You can really see why he was accused of casting from life so realistic and also the artwork ...
... got a pizza each, Katie the small one and I got the large, pretty delicious! Once we'd finished there we decided to go to a really flash dessert restaurant, for some pudding, while we waited for it to get dark before we went up the Arc de Triomphe. The night time view over Paris from up there was pretty spectacular & we got another great look at the Eiffel Tower all lit ...
... Amsterdam and like 8 people got asked to get off the bus so they could be searched! An hour later and 2 people not allowed back on the bus we were finally on our way again! We eventually got to our hostel and by that time we were famished! We found a pizza place around the corner from our place and ordered a large pasta each and a pizza to share. Of corse we finished every last bite! After that ...
... Cathedral (French for Our Lady of Paris). THIS time we were toured through by an excellent guide. Did you know the purported Crown of Thorns is a relic here, along with a fragment of the cross and one of the nails? This world renown cathedral was begun in 1160 and completed in 1345. The stained glass rose windows are simply glorious to see, especially from the inside. Our guide told us that the windows were preserved during three wars - the French Revolution, and the First ...