Lux Hotel Picpus
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... cycle by Rubens, and the Cour Puget.
We were about four hours in the Louvre and I could have stayed longer but my tummy was grumbling and I was a little tired, so we left. We strolled through the Jardin des Tuileries and stopped at one of the many outdoor cafés for lunch before continuing our promenade to the Place de la Concorde, along the Champs Élysées, to the Arc de Triomphe. The trees are starting to ...
... building (thanks Michael and Sue for telling us about this ). The blue and gold patterned dome and columns of the ground cathedral are breathtaking. Up a narrow, winding staircase to the second chapel - all vaulted , long, amazingly coloured stain-glass windows, with religious themes of course. All so beautiful and now part of a gradual restoration project going on today. This meant a small part of these magnificent windows were under scaffolding, but most were still ...
... apparently born in the same year as the tower! So I guess you could say we visited the Eiffel Tower after all - though not the one most people have in mind. Oh, and we also found ourselves walking over the bridge covered in love locks - a phenomenon started in Paris that seems to be making its way around the world. Mindful of the damage the locks cause to the bridges (which are buckling under their collective weight), we chose a ...
Mixed emotions this morning... I was a little sad to be leaving London as we had such an amazing time but also so SO excited because today we are meeting our friends in Paris!
Early morning wake up to get our morning workout in, healthy breakfast & shower before we depart... We had booked a transfer to the train station and arrived much earlier than we needed to. Ready to check in for ...
... drivers. For a trip that was just over 20km it cost $150 and took us over an hour!
Our accommodation is fantastic. We decided to use a website like stayz for our accommodation as hotels were so expensive and are incredibly small. We are in a little lane way and are living like a french family. The people who own the apartment live across the lane and have a dog who girls just adore.
We cannot wait to start exploring.