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... chapel was
consecrated 3 March 1876, and pilgrimage donations quickly became the
mainstay of funding.
Donations were encouraged by the expedient of permitting donors to
... the gardens opposite it, then went in search of food. In French style, Rach and I got a freshly baked baguette from a bakery and some delicious cheeses (a blue, of course, and a washed-brie) to share. It was like a party in my mouth haha.
After we had all finished, we had a lovely walk along the Seine river towards Notre Dame. The heat was amazing, I walked in the sun to try to ...
... with bacon, potatoes and cheese. Very nice way to spend Sunday afternoon.
On our way back to the metro and the garden we passed over the Pont de Artes, the oldest pedestrian bridge on the River Seine. The bridge has metal wire sides and on that wire are thousands and thousands of small padlocks. This is the lover's bridge. Lovers buy a padlock, write a message ...
... is quite hot inside most buildings here, something we are not used to, and although the wind is quite cold today we still find it a bit stuffy. We stumble across the Lindt chocolate shop, and go inside to look. By now we are in need of a sit down, so we have coffee and a macaron while we plan our next move. Back to the metro, this station (Opera house one) seems to be under refurbishment, and we have trouble finding the right line, taking escalator after escalator deep down. We head ...
... distance to most of the major attractions. We're about a ten-minute walk to the Eiffel Tower, which we went to see the first evening we arrived.
Yesterday we rode the hop-on-hop-off bus,which took us to all the major tourist attractions. We got off at the Arche deTriomphe, and then strolled down the Champs Elyses, past all high-end shopping. Today we walked to Louvre and Notre Dame and then home. Paris is truly a walking city.