Travel Blogs from Paris
... it in a subway train, we rode under the River Seine as well, that always makes me a bit pensive. I always hope the engineers checked their calculations twice when I’m passing under billions of gallons of water without a scuba tank.
In the Latin Quarter, a stone’s throw from where I ate my first ever restaurant meal in France, we ate at one of our favorite pizzerias The Latin Quarter, or course, received its name during the medieval ...
During our stay in this apartment (from Dec23,2013 - Jan01,2014), the washing machine had a problem and the water leak all over inside the living room which the whole entire apartment left with a bad smell due to the carpet got wet. I rang the management more than 4 times and they came but doing nothing. Hard to get through to them. They promise to come to fix it but they didnt come till3 days before we check out. ...
... quarters, although I'm sure we will be experiencing many more of this!
After a French themed dinner of their version of brushcetta, shaved chicken and chips then a chocolate mouse cake we went on a night tour of Paris.
Our tour manager gave a bit of insight about a few of the monuments and other famous sights of Paris had the opportunity to take some night photos of the eiffel tour which turned out beautifully and add to the number of tourist arriving in Paris ...
... Amiens simply has basic French food. Dinner was absolutely delicious! We then had to start to make our way back to the train station. But not before being able to see some of Paris at night. Which I think Paris at night would be even better than Paris during the day.
I can't wait to go back to Paris. There are still so many museums and things to see!
This coming week, I am on my Fall Reading week. I am heading to the South of France and Spain!! Very excited!
... the Pont de l'Archeveche bridge, also know as the 'Love Lock Bridge', where couples who are in love place a lock with their names/initials and the date they locked it onto the bridge and throw the key into the river below. After crossing the bridge we headed into the famous square of the Louvre. Mum and I took some awesome touristy photos of us and the glass pyramids before we headed to a local cafe to 'people watch'. Mum paid a whopping ...
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