Quality Hotel Abaca Messidor Paris
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... of the station, only to discover a large elevator has been installed since last year. We started walking up the hill, then caught the funicular to the top. There, Sacre-Coeur spread before us. I love Notre Dame and it is no doubt my favourite church in France, but from the outside I find Sacre-Coeur more impressive. It's another church the exceeds expectations with its architecture and religious icons. However, generally the crowd was showing it no respect. There were signs ...
... br> Once Mike was ready we headed off to give him a quick intro to Paris starting with Notre Dame just down the road. I wanted to get there around 6pm as it was Saturday and this is when they always have a sung mass. To view the Notre Dame with an organ and singing is quite special and makes the experience so much more memorable. It did not disappoint and irrespective of whether you’re religious or not, the music gives you goosebumps.
With Carmen it was a Sunday and earlier so nobody around but today there were people everywhere. Waited for 3 trains hoping for a train which ran direct but no such luck so we hopped on the next available train and it was so crowded! Not a pleasant journey at all when we are crammed in with no seat and struggling for fresh air due to the mass of people all making their way to the Airport.
Checked in with 25.9 kilos of luggage (allowed 30kg but just ...
... my feet have been getting so sore every day! I don't think they're used to all this walking.
We gave up on trying to find the market after much wandering. Instead we tried to find a phone shop to get a sim card, to get data so we could find it on the maps ourselves! But after much wandering around we discovered we probably weren't really in the right area. We knew there were phone shops around where we were staying so we decided to head back to the ...
... is a lawyer from Boston (29 years old), who had come to Paris to work for a year. She was fluent in French and it has now been 3 years and she is still here. Found a Frenchman to fall in love with and has plans for a wedding next May. We talked of many things and just had a great time. She showed us how to use the dryers and everything went well. So fun to hear about her life here. She misses her family at home and wonders what ...