Residence Mercure Le Scenario
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Today we explored Les Iles - the Islands - of Paris. There are two small islands called Ile de St. Louis and Ile de la Cite. On Ile de la Cite we visited two stunning churches, Saint Chappelle and Notre Dame. Saint Chappelle was reportedly built to house the relics of the passion of Christ (none are displayed). It also has jaw-dropping stained glass windows that depict the entire bible, and you can "read" the windows from left to ...
... so lucky to have met these guys! The most awful circumstances turned out to be a not-so-awful story that we will never forget! Of course, as Karliana and I attempted to make our way back to our hostel it was around 12:30 AM and the metros had closed. The four guys had become like overprotective brothers when we mentioned we'd be fine walking back to our hostel since we knew the area better than we had originally. They wouldn't let us leave without catching a cab or having a ...
... t do much. We went to the Louvre, looked around at the markets and a shopping centre and we went to the lock bridge to put a lock on. It was wet most of the time we were in Paris so it was hard to do much. We definitely loved this city, though. We were up early on Saturday morning (so it was a rough sleep Friday night) and caught a train to London at 7.13am! The train ride was fine, though. It took around 2 hours and was over in no ...
... with actors that bring the history and legends of Paris to life. It was so much fun. We went through different rooms, and in each was an actor playing out a story which we became a part of. They scared the hell out of us each time we passed through to a new room!
A late dinner at a restaurant nearby and then back to the hotel. Hope we don't have any nightmares after our ghoulish day....
... Raymond is still struggling to describe how he likes his coffee and still not having much success! We were given a basket of croissants, I asked for jam; I think it was an odd request as croissants are usually eaten without jam. We ventured on again and walked through the pretty passage ways that transported us back to the 1850's. We spotted a gentleman strolling through wearing a top hat, vest and suit with cane in hand. Curious! I stopped in a shop selling ...