BEST WESTERN Premier Opera Diamond
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... where each piece of clothing had a price by kilogram....they had various sets of scales around the store where you weigh your clothes to figure out the price....Jake bought a flanalette shirt for 7 euros & I bought a belt for 3 euros...it ended up being a fun outing.
On Monday morning we said goodbye to the apartment in Paris ......& headed for our local metro station with all our luggage so that we ...
Day 38 Drive to Paris
A long day on the bus today we drove from Switzerland to Paris with only two uneventful service stops.
Once we arrived it was already night time and after a simple included dinner at the Turkish restaurant next to the hotel. We started with bread and a variety of dips then a main course of salad chicken and rice. We then had a brief respite while we waited for our night tour of Paris to begin.
We all shuffled on the ...
This morning we were up early to try and make the most of our last full day in Paris. After another traditional French breakfast in a local brasserie we caught the train to Versailles palace. For some reason Alex thought this place would be less touristy and quieter - how wrong he was! We had to line line up twice - to buy tickets then to get into the palace. There were so many people! Especially in the palace it was very crowded. ...
cathedral's construction. Construction of the choir took from 1163 until around 1177 and the new High Altar
was consecrated in 1182 (it was normal practice for the eastern end of a
new church to be completed first, so that ...
... find the few grey bricks that remain. Next I caught the metro over to La Conciergerie. Over 1,000 people at a time were prisoners here and many were executed. I was able to visit a room which listed them all. There was many amazing artefacts in display (I photographed just about everything!) but my favourite was a letter to the Revolutionary Tribunal from Robespierre. The La Conciergerie is a ...