Park & Suites Elegance Maisons Laffitte
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Another big day soaking up the sites of Paris. We took a hop on hop off bus tour around the sites of Paris. Our booking for the Seine cruise , Eiffel Tower dinner and moulin rouge got stuffed up so we had to settle for the top of the tower and dinner at the moulin rouge - with show. At dinner we had Duck foi gras,lobster, fillet steal , pasties, …
... the background wasn't quite finished yet but the rest was. It was amazing! He was really, really good. A little further on I saw another painter doing the same thing with another painting - he was less good.
I walked around the Louvre for about four and a half hours until I was basically starving. I headed back under the pyramid and had my sandwich that I got from breakfast this morning. That made me feel a lot better. I thought for a little bit about going ...
... we shall take the lift?! After doing a lap around the tower and walking to the front of it we climbed the stairs and took a few photos. We then sat again on the stairs and decided what next to see. The louvre was close, so we walked to it. The louvre was a little further than we anticipated, or maybe we were really tired by this stage, but it took us a while to get there. It also began to rain which dampened our spirits a little. But in the end we made it ...
... at a
chocolate store where we all bought pounds of chocolate.
Our last meal was a Parisian candle lit dinner and we all were sad that we had to
leave the next morning bright and early. After dinner, of course we all had room for desert so we stopped at a homemade crepe shop where I got a Nutella and banana crepe again! We definitely had a busy day in Paris and are all exhausted so we called it a night and headed back to our hostel where we packed up ...
Waking up this morning, Peter and I had breakfast and caught the Metro to the "Opera Distict". We first visited "The Madeline". Madeleine Church; more formally, L'église Sainte-Marie-Madeleine; less formally, is a Roman Catholic church occupying a commanding position in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. The Madeleine Church was designed in its present form as a temple to the glory of Napoleon's army. To its south lies the Place de la Concorde, to ...
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