Premiere Classe Conflans Ste Honorine
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Such a beaufitul town. Not nearly as small as I fist thought when I was comparing it with Paris. Quite large and the people are so friendly. I will visit conflans again.
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Walked up through Monmartre today to Sacre-Coeur in the rain. On the way we had to traverse several souvenir shops so the children could finish purchasing Christmas gifts for each other. They are scared of running out of time to spend all their hard earned cake money after saving money to spend at Hamleys and finding it too busy and very expensive. It is a bit of a climb to Sacre-Coeur and was annoying to find we could have ridden up by cable car ...
Light cloud mostly, hazy, 25°C
Got our act together a bit earlier today (actually neither of us slept particularly well as we found it too hot without the aircon on). Did our usual shopping for the day's food at each of the different shops. Bought two delicious tarts at a different boulangerie - there are four in the one block from us, three greengrocers and three Italian delis (as well as five bar/restaurants). Took the metro and then a short walk to the Pantheon ...
... of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture and among the largest and most well-known church buildings in the world. We spent a while sitting inside, before heading south to search for the Panthéon.
We found it, eventually, just before 5pm. Initially built as a church in the 17th century, it now serves as a mausoleum for famous French citizens including Voltaire, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Victor Hugo, Louis Braille and Pierre and Marie Curie. Its a ...
... We awoke around 7AM and apologized profusely to Jean, for waking her up. Jean is a Chinese/Californian architecture student and she’s crazy good at drawing. We all went downstairs for delicious croissant/baguette breakfast and too much coffee. This was crucial as we were about the climb the Eiffel Tower. In case you didn’t know, that’s a lot of stairs. The Paris underground is a lot like the London underground except I can’t pronounce any of ...
... walk away. Tartare had told us about a sneaky entrance to the Lourve which cut out the main entrance and got to the second line inside. It was about an hour wait above near the big Triangle up front and another hour once you got inside. And its like that all day. We take the secret entrance down inside the Lourve and still didn't feel like waiting an hour so we went back up to the top, took a few photos, and left. For future reference next time I visit Paris ...