Hotel Montparnasse Daguerre
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So have you worked out my title?? Yes have had a wonderful day in Paris, but Darren and Harry are in heaven - the Hawks have made the GF for 2013!!!!
Ok back to Paris - today we had a slightly later start. Harry has found a suitable French breakfast - little sausages and hot chocolate (delicious - not for me, but he's wrapt). From there we took the Metro to Musse d'Orsay. What a stunning museum. It's an old train station station that ...
... was for insurance purposes, they shut up shop and shouted at us to leave. Actually shouting. Like we were in the wrong. It was a sour end to an otherwise magical day.
We now will head to the river Somme with me phone-less and Laura very much deflated. She has now lost all hope in French law officers and their criticism.
Hopefully the next few days are better. (Laura is tearing up again as we type, she doesn’t cope well with ...
... and had very handy features! A ledge above our bed would prove to be handy for snacks to sit on and drink bottles. Then we both had a bed side table. Plenty of wardrobe space – a separate one each in fact. The bathroom actually had plentiful space as well. We also had a tv and a desk. And of course cute long narrow windows that opened outward onto the Paris streets.
After doing some washing we went to get some dinner and headed for the Eiffel Tower. ...
... London, France and Germany. She is only 16! I felt so unworldly sitting next to this young girl. We wished each other well and deboarded the plane.
I have never had bad luck with my luggage....but today I was really praying it wouldn't start now! Sure enough, finally, my bag arrived. After three transfers, I was a bit worried, but all worked out. I proceed to exit the airport and there was a huge backup up of people. An announcement kept ...
... today just 1,000 bottles of wine are made annually from the remaining 2,000 vines in Montmarte, and sold for charity.
We make our way up through the switchback streets to Sacre-Coeur. It is one of the most photographed images of Paris. The spectacular white outline of Sacre-Coeur (which means Sacred Heart) watches over Paris. The basilica was built as a memorial to the 58,000 French soldiers killed during the Franco-Prussian War (1870-71) and took ...
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