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... No water in it. Renovating.
Security seems quite strict. We saw 3 policemen at Sacre-Coeur with their machine guns, just wandering around.
The black market souvenir sellers are rampant. They have a piece of material, sometimes felt, or similar, that they place their articles for sale. If the police are in sight, they quickly pull their souvenirs into the felt and run as fast as possible.
2.5 million people in centre of ...
... memorable and a place you look forward to returning to! Merci, Delphine!
For dinner, we decided to head in the direction of the Paris Opera and were so glad we did because we stumbled upon a square (Marche Sainte Honore) that was loaded with outdoor cafes and locals that had just left work. The cafes were all packed with locals, definitely a good sign and one that we hoped would be worth the wait. Thankfully, our suspicions were ...
... the day before. Took photos of each of us on the Japanese Bridge as you do, and had a few extra minutes to check out the painting barn that Monet used that now also houses the gift shop.
The trip back allowed us to enjoy the country scenery in the late afternoon and a quick no frills but tasty Subway meal near the flat finished off a very enjoyable day for us ...
... glass gorgeous. A Church service was going (it was Sunday) but surprisingly we were allowed in to walk all around the edges and out again...Noticeably there was signage everywhere 'no photos' but people kept taking them - YES inside and YES while the service was going...some people have NO respect!!
From here we walk into the main little village of Montmartre to 'Place du Tertre' lined with cafes and artists in the centre courtyard - very postcard ...
... Jardins de Tuileries. Dinned at a cafe near the hotel then walk part of the Champs-Élysées where there are some Christmas markets. Today was back on the bus to the Eiffel Tower where I waited in a line for an hour & half to get to the second level viewing area - lucky for me the wait was made easier chatting to an Irish/Polish couple who were in Paris celebrating a birthday with a long ...