Sofitel Paris La Defense
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... and got off at Blanche which was the meeting point for the "free" walking tour of Montmarte. Starbucks over the road so headed there for breaky, muffin not very healthy but oh well, it's holidays! At least I could have a cup of tea, there's no kettle in our hotel room and we can't have one so I'm withdrawing! Met our guide, Maria who was great. She took us all around, or should I say up and down, the little windy streets of Montemarte, ...
... pressed up against the glass watching the ground disappear below them.
Once up there the views were so amazing that it was easy to lose the fear, and just take it all in.
It is such a small deck up there that I walked around it about six times, and didn't realise that I'd taken about four similar photos of the same views every time I went round. It was special being up there and I am in awe ...
Started the day a bit later today due to having an event this evening. Event you say . Yes we are going out on a city lights tour and then off to Moulin Rouge. Now this could be an issue for us due to any outing that has been after sundown it tends to lead to a bit of noddy time however I am being hopeful that all of that action on the stage is going to keep us awake. So the day starts with a gym session, that was really hard as we have not exercised since leaving ...
... seating on the second level.
It was a 4 hour journey to Paris and it went pretty quickly as I was sorting through the photos of the last week.
It was nearly 6pm when we pulled into the main train station Gare De Lyon and tried to figure out which was the exit. The lack of English signs was annoying and we ended up just following people. It was about a 2km walk to our hotel. There was a slight drizzle which was just a bit annoying.
It was pretty straight forward ...
... the ride from our last visit here. Paris does have an edginess beyond its Gallic cheek. A refugee family lives on a mattress in our street. Beggars can be in your face like the woman who persistently tapped my shoulder in the Metro the other day. They also sleep in the Metro where one man lies sleeping showing his amputated foot with a sign in Arabic. Soldiers prowled St Lazare RER station when we were leaving for Giverny on Monday morning. And ...