Sejours & Affaires Pantin Charles De Gaulle
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... were charged for. We decided to pay for the tram and go down to see the Marie-Antoinette Quarter. After a decent ride (it's like 1.5 mi inside the fence to her quadrant) we got to spend about 15 min walking down to Marie-Antoinette Hamlet. It's like a Middle Ages Hamlet complete with thatched roofs and farm. To think it was basically a playhouse for the Queen. By now the crew was spent and we decided to head back to Paris. We got back about 430PM and are starting to ...
... 8217;t withstood the rigors of marriage. Maybe we can introduce the same concept in our small Kentucky town and snag a few tourists to lock their marriage up on our bridge.
The Left Bank was a beehive of booksellers set up along the street along the Seine River. Antique, new books and a few artists sprinkled in made it fun to casually walk and browse.
We took a short walk to Notre Dame Cathedral located ...
... so our first task was to obtain tickets for the following night on the Bateau Mouche. We'd thoroughly enjoyed the experience during our previous visit to Paris. Despite Brian having a surplus of navigational aids in his iPad and his phone, we still managed a few false turns and extra crossings of various bridges, which seem to be at least 10km apart. He also managed to get scammed of 2 euros (it could potentially have been far more) by a man ...
... I had to cut 160 photos down to about 45.
I am so pleased to have ended my visit to Paris with a visit to such a special place. It is definitely up there in the top 10 places in the world. Unfortunately that just means that the crowds of people who want to see it just keeps getting bigger.
At the moment it is still worth the pushing and shoving and queuing to be among the lucky few able to visit such special ...
... and move directly to the elevators. Lunch by the Seine and watched the world go by. Met a couple from New Zealand who were also holidaying in Paris. He kept stirring me about the rugby. I simply referred to New Zealand as Australia's third territory. Many laughs shared during the meal. Slowly made our way by foot to the Arc de Triumph, taking time to enjoy the Parisian architecture and culture. The beautiful spring day had brought the people ...