Quality Hotel Paris Orleans
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Sadly, from my fall the night before, today I had to stay in the hotel room all day to rest my leg. After putting ice on it and taking a hot bath, it felt a lot better towards the end of the day. (My dad still went out in Paris a lot of the day, so check out his blog.) When he got back, we went out for ...
... a New Year's lunch, with wine, for 10 euros per person. It was delicious and our meal consisted of a steak, a roasted chicken, mussels, soup, and even a chocolate dessert each!
Paris, for me, was absolutely all I had expected from the city, and more. It can be as romantic as you make it, but every single person would feel comfortable and relaxed there, whether in a couple or not. It now sits in my 'Top places to visit' list- and I would recommend it to anyone.
This weekend Marian and I embarked on a weekend trip to Paris! It's something we assumed all Londoners must do often, after all it's only across the pond. However, it's apparently not a common thing as we ended up taking someone from my work, who at 31 has only ever driven through Paris as a child! Seriously Europe is taken for granted by far too many people who live in the UK haha.
We flew Air France as the EuroStar times and prices did not suit at the time of ...
... to Notre Dame. Notre Dame is a very large building known for its flying buttresses. William spent 30 minutes explaining the sculptures in the three archways in front. Each depicted the apostles in some form or another. Then he left us at the bridge between the two islands. Notre Dame and Sainte Chappele are one Ile de Cite and the other island is Ile St. Louis.
St Louis is famous for 2 things: cafes and ice cream - Bethillon sorbet ice ...
... 200 years to build starting in 1758. It has this huge crypt under it where many famous people are buried including Voltaire, Rousseau, Victor Hugo, Émile Zola, Jean Moulin, Louis Braille, Jean Jaurès and Soufflot, its architect. Marie Curie is the only woman interred based on her own merits. We walked back along the beaches set up on the banks of The ...