Moulin Plaza Hotel
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... walked the first two.
The first level has restaurants and a free ICE SKATING RINK.
We went on it and it was so fun and unexpected.
The second had a little smaller story to it with just a shop and a restaurant and we caught the lift to the top from here.
And the third I bet you can guess, it was the viewing story.
Sadly it was raining and a bit foggy so we couldn't see as far as ...
... Next stop, the gardens at Versailles. The Palace that we didn't visit dominated the landscape with views over the enormous landscape, entirely crafted by what must have been thousands of men with shovels. Lines of trees and hedges creating vistas through which fountains, sculptures and ornamental lakes could be seen as if at every hour point around a clock face.
We left Versailles after a long walk with a stop for an Ice cream. The little Cafe found on ...
... carried on. The people are turned out in stylish clothing but in the mornings, the doorways and alleys reek of urine as the men just **** in the street. They may look beautiful but they behave a bit like pigs. Toilets are usually filthy and rubbish and dog pooh is often on the street. I would never walk in any liquid. However, I love the place and would come back in a heartbeat. London was great but Paris outshines it in my opinion.
... made up for it. When we reached the first level we stopped for a bit and had a look around. Next we ventured up to the second level where the view was even better than the first. It was incredible and I could have spent all day there but we'd have to leave eventually. As we reached the bottom we wondered back through the gardens and stopped for an ice cream. We finished our ice creams and walked to a hop-on-hop-off bus stop. We road around on the bus for a while and then ...
Arrived safe and sound in London - managed to once again meet in the arrivals area - Jim from the US and Kathryn from NZ.
Stayed in the Central Hotel, Argyle Street - across the road from St Pancras Station so we could get to Eurostar easily with bags - very basic hotel but handy. London damp so just a quick trip to Oxford Street and that was all we had time for.