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... Notre Dame more museums etc. Just love all the beautiful architecture! Had a dinner of steak & frites in a cosy restaurant in Montmartre - such a cool area, reminding me of Surry Hills and finished the night off at the Moulin Rouge drinking champagne sitting next to couple of Aussies, one of whom was called Sherrin and used the words 'fair dinkum' in the first 2 minutes ...
... from Spain about 11pm and we spent many hours in our hostel catching up and sharing stories of our trips. Our hotel provided breakfast so we went downstairs to check it out, a typical French breakfast - baguette, chocolate croissant and coffee. We then as we have in most other cities bought a 48 hour hop on hop off bus tour. We got on near the opera house and stopped at the Louvre before seeing Notre Dame and the love lock bridge ( yes mitch and I did buy a lock and put it on ...
... but didn't end up going to the top of the Eiffel Tower. we thought about it but the weather was so wet decided against it and took lots of photos from the ground instead! The louvre was closed on the day we were there so we spent some time in the Jardin des Tuilieries which was relaxing after the long walk. It became quite a gastronomic visit, and we tasted a variety of French cuisine in 5 days- ...
... and a terrifying elevator ride in what was basically a coffin.
Saturday consisted of manoeuvring more public transport to Versailles where we saw Marie Antoinette's house. I immediately had to lower my expectations when Alicia informed me that Kristin Dunst would not be there telling us to eat cake. Extremely disappointing. So instead of eating cake, we walked all through the palace then had a ...
Sunday, May 19th 2013
Yet another beautiful day in Paris!
We spent it in one region of the city: Montmartre. What a sight!
We started off with Sunday mass in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, on Montmartre. The basilica itself is most impressive! Not only were we were able to attend the Pentecost celebrations, we also got to visit the church from the crypts to the dome. The church is just over one hundred years old yet ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed