Hotel Mercure Saint Quentin en Yvelines Centre
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We boarded our Eurostar train at Kings Cross St Pancras and 2 1/4hrs later we're in Paris. We're staying in a very Boho Chic apartment (means rabbit warren with mismatched furniture) right next to the Louvre. Location, location, location, fantastic. Our apartment has 4 adjoining rooms, 3 mini bathrooms, 3 lofts with double beds (up steep ladders), squeakey wooden floors, 2 tiny kitchenettes and ...
... English. But they supposedly hate everyone. They have Irish breakfast too, but I don't know if they have any issues with them....ponder that. Oh supposedly they like Australians as we "sound funny" quote from a Frenchman. This evening is a much more tranquil than it was this afternoon when we caught the bus up to Montmartre to see the Moulin Rouge and Sacre Coeur. Whilst going past the Moulin Rouge and the many sex shops that exist around it, the lovely ...
... music and only a few people talking in hushed tones. The menu was all in french so we had to guess what we were eating. For entree, Geoff had a ham terrine and I has beef carpaccio (finely sliced raw beef). For main, Geoff had a duck pie topped with mashed potato. I can't remember what I had because I started eating Geoff's pie! For dessert I had a chocolate fondant and Geoff had cheese. A wonderful, authentic ...
... at the Louvre, what could be more French”.
We took the metro home and ate dinner at a little bistro, which was delicious! Then headed back to the hostel to pack up, and get directions for the next day. We both collapsed into bed exhausted with a plan for the next day.
The Lesson learned today, DON’T shake anyone’s hands! They will hook you with string and make a bracelet for you… Paris has been amazing, and I can’t wait for ...
... When we reached the Arc we walked under the road to the entrance, bought tickets and walked up the narrow windy staircase to the top. Gave us a stunning view over Paris and the intricate starburst street design. We could look down the Champs Elysees, towards the Eiffel Tower, down the Avenue Charles de Gaulle to the La Grande Arche Defense. After absorbing the view we headed down and walked down the Champs Elysees.
They were just starting to take down the Christmas lights and ...