Pentahotel Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport
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... the Moulin Rouge was followed by a walk to Montmartre and up the stairs to Basilica Sacre-Coeur. Last but not least a walk through Jardins du Trocadero and to the very top of the Eiffel Tower was the end to a great couple of days. My trip to Paris made me realise that when it seems like everything is going wrong keep smiling and you may be surprised at what you will experience and to never give up on a city as you will find the beauty in it somewhere :-) Enjoy the pics (there are lots!) ...
We had two items on our itinerary today.... putting locks on the bridge over the Siene (can't remember what it's called right now) and the Louvre. I learned that you should have nothing else on your itinerary the day you plan to see the Louvre. It is insanely big and confusing with such an immense collection of art that it is hardly possible to see everything without spending an ...
... morning encased the beautiful city as you could see almost further than the horizon. You eventually got back down to ground level, dodged gypsys, salesmen
with Eiffel Tower suvouniers and we made our way to the Arc De Triomphe… which was situated at the top of a very popular street. The bustling Champs- Elysees was lined with people and high-end shops that on this day saw a proposal… she said yes. Even the McDonalds isn’t aloud ...
... of this.
Croissants in Europe are awesome. Crispy, flaky, nothing like home. Sometimes they’re even still warm from the
oven. My middle is starting to show fat
again and I’m ready to go back to the gym.
It’s worth it. I’m telling you,
this is why the Europeans are ahead of Americans. The croissants. Copenhagen, Berlin, UK, France,
everywhere. I can’t believe we haven’t
... some artworks with the amazing windows of the Institute in the background. There's two islands in the middle of the Seine, one with Notre Dame. We walked around the back streets and popped out at Notre Dame into a throng of tourists. The queue to get inside was going to take the term of our natural lives so we'll save that for when we are back. After that we continued our walk to see the Parthenon and the ...