New Hotel Lafayette Paris
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Pets allowed
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... Dame Cathedral, a beautiful building and place of more than 700 years old and widely considered one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture. The old streets around the cathedral had some great food shops so we stopped for lunch and a waffle.I can imagine this area super busy in summer. Time to hop on the underground metro again and up to see the next church - Sacre Coeur (Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris) when we popped up onto the ...
Quiet day today after a late start. Always difficult leaving loved ones behind, and the buffet breakfast is a much loved one - that we couldn't leave behind. Especially as thanks to Kylie's incredible grasp of French, meant that when the lady asked if we wanted more coffee, Kylie's hand waving, arm flapping, and attempts to say "no thanks" resulted in another jug of coffee that we then felt obliged to drink. We headed to the Louvre first, not because of the museum but because it ...
... br> Nutella is sold by the bucket load in Europe, it is everywhere, on everything.
This was also our meeting point for our evening bike tour due to start at 7pm.
The tour kicked off and we rode thru so many areas including part of the Champs Elysee and further onto the Eiffel Tower. It was great to see the lights come on at so many places. We took a break at the Eiffel Tower and I got talking to a German grandmother and her grandson who was eight. ...
... imprisoned during the revolution; the City Hall (Hotel de Ville); the Palais du Justice; and Vert-Galant square. We had a nice little rest on a bench just in front of Saint-Jacques Tower, the only remaining part of a gothic church destroyed during the French Revolution.
Then we were on to the Louvre. Although it was closed on Tuesdays (and we had not planned to go in, anyway), we spent a long time wandering around and enjoying the buildings and gardens ...
... lysées later in the day where the festivities were still going on and it was great atmosphere as they had closed part of the road so we could walk the rest of the way up to Place de la Concorde and continue walking back to the Louvre realising that we missed it by 5 minutes as it closed at 6pm on Mondays. Never mind we still went in for souvenir shopping and planned to go back later in the week.
Day 4 - Today was a massive day of walking. We decided ...