Novotel Paris 17 Porte d'Asnieres
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... truly the hub of Paris night life. Most of Paris is sedate and well ordered by night, but where we are is always crowded. It's midnight here and theres huge crowds outside getting drunk, watching the buskers ( loud cheering and music) and generally having a great time. You also see a lot of down and outs, but I guess thats the same everywhere. Anyway we are tired and heading to bed. Will add more pics later if we get a chance. Regards ...
Day 6 - Thur 4th Sept 2014 Went to Montmartre saw the Basilica of Sacrecour great view over Paris today. Artists in square selling paintings doing portraits etc.. Also saw museum of Montmartre where many famous artists have lived. Then went to Notre Dame Cathedral for photos tour and walk around the Latin Quarter. Then at night walk along the Champs Élysées and the Eifell Tower by ...
... but also told you how many bikes to expect there - perfect! By just before 7, Max and I are hammering up an empty Blvd Haussman towards to the Arc de Triumph. We got excited to be here so early we thought we'd give climbing it a go, but it doesn't open until 10am. Not bothered we biked all the way down the Champ-Elysee towards Place de la Concorde, we headed back along the river eventually to the Tower, and all the way along Champ de Mars to the spot in front of the ...
... to Paris. We started at the western end of the Champs-Élysées with the Arc de Triomphe that stands in the center of the Place Charles de Gaulle. The famous French monument was bathing in a swirling sea of tourists on an otherwise quiet Sunday afternoon in Paris. We took a couple of mandatory pictures and made our way down the Champs-Élysées towards la Place de la Concorde, dodging the oncoming crowd and window-shopping along the way. When the ...
... most interesting streets of historic Montmarte filled with narrow cobblestone streets and sometimes beautiful private gardens. We realized why this was truly considered a village once, set outside the city limits. At that time it was covered with vineyards and gypsum quarries and was a real working class neighborhood to which the artists came for cheap rent and tax free wine. Now the former studios and crumbling apartments ...