Premiere Classe Le Blanc Mesnil
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... were getting very weary but managed to climb Montmatre Hill for an amazing view over Paris. Also went inside the Basilique. Once out it was time to find dinner and stopped at a nice Italian pizzarea for a nice meal a rest from the rain and walking. Metro back to the station near our hotel where we waited with Holly for a while before walking her to the Gare d'Est to catch her 9.30pm train back to her host family. Again welcome bed and rest for weary feet but a great ...
... up. We spent lots of time admiring the view and taking pictures. We took the elevator to the second level then took the stairs to the ground. We backed up to get a good view of the Eiffel Tower lite up at night. The Eiffel Tower is an iron lattice tower located on the Champ de Mars in Paris. It was named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower. Erected in 1889 as the entrance arch to the ...
... is pretty impressive and thank god we needed to walk through an underground tunnel to get across the 'roundabout'. I use that term roundabout quite loosely as normally this would convey a set road path with rules for entry, exit and behaviour whilst on the roundabout. None of which apply in this instance. What a **** fight. Here we are at the Arc de Triumph, we have had a quick look and i said to Joelene, i am going to watch the traffic for a bit, it s more exciting. In ...
... you don't then they will ignore you. Other countries we have travelled to always have their language and English on their signs etc. In France it's French or nothing. Trying to read a metro train map is next to impossible! But that's all part of travelling and what makes it interesting.
Anyway, got to the Eiffel Tower and me and Fletch decided to walk up to the 2nd level while D'Lene and Brodie took the elevator. ...
... the three of us ventured off into the rain (Kate with her heavy bag as was going back to London that afternoon) to go Les Catacombes, an underground cemetery created in the 18th century to solve the problems posed by Paris' overflowing cemeteries. We got there around 2pm and joined the queue to get tickets, it looked quite long but we decided to stick it out...an hour later and we were still a fair way from the entrance, Kate decided she didn't have time to wait any longer ...