Mercure Paris Gare Montparnasse
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... entrance you get into from the pyramid entrance. The best part of going this way is you can simply buy your ticket at the tobacco shop in the mall and then get in a considerably smaller line (I'm talking 10ish people) and go straight on through.
I had tried to do some planning ahead of time because we had been told you really needed a plan going in then execute that plan otherwise you walk around aimlessly, this place is huge. So we did the obvious thing first and that ...
... the remains of over 6 million people. They have opened a 2 km track that you can walk through. It has some interesting facts about when it was a quarry and how the area has changed. The track through is tastefully done and some what respectful ( though a little macabre). The next day (Friday), having quite sore legs from all the walking we decided on a bus tour around. It was a really cold day, -4. It was starting to rain when we got off at the Champs De Élysées. As ...
... security checks here and there but I imagine that happens anyway.
We went past the Trocadero then onto the Eiffel Tower - here we alight and join the queue :-) Not too bad a line up but <<FARREEZZING>> ...again glad it was not high season!! Probably took 30mins in the subzero temperatures to get a ticket (opted to not prebook because of the weather and did not want to go up on a rainy day) then another ~20mins to the ...
... it as a work related education expense. Filled with calories - and with Kylie now encumbered with a new bag (From Laduree) we headed down the Champs-Élysées and past the Christmas markets one more time. We bought a few trinkets, but nothing much - given that our suitcases were already chock a block with stuff from Strasbourg the day before - more food was unnecessary. I did however have a hot dog. There was a place selling these things - but they're menu options were ...
... in! Our first impressions were that the place was very Parisienne - old, small but very clean and quaint. We loved the tall windows on all sides and the tiny balcony. The floors were wooden and creaky, and parts were tiled. There were beautiful crown molding and 3 fireplaces, but just for decoration. We settled in, and needing to keep moving so we didn't fall asleep, we went shopping for the basics - home/farm made yogurt in little glass jars, ...