Suite Novotel Paris Porte de Montreuil
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... which was also close to our apartment but away from the Seine. As we got outside, a staff member was shooing a couple of pickpockets away from a young Asian man. They left him but as soon as he walked away they honed back in on him. He looked so gullible that we intervened. With some sign language we explained what they were trying to do and he finally twigged. This resulted in a tirade of abuse from the pickpockets but I just smiled and waved as you ...
We had a really busy day. We started the morning by going to Notre Dame, we went to the top of the tower. Then we went to a chocolate place to try some chocolates and buy some for the family. We also had some pastries there. Then we headed back out to the Eiffel Tower, Champs- Elysees and Arc de Triomphe, ...
... headed back and pulled our bags apart and smothered them in bug spray! Tuesday 24th - this morning we headed to st michaels fountain to meet for a free walking tour of the city. The walking tour took about 3.5hrs and we covered the river, notre dame, the louvre, rivoli, gardens around the louvre and many other small sites. After the tour we walked to the Eiffel Tower and wow it is impressive!! We found the line to climb the stairs up to the platform rather than ...
... old stone base of the castle that once stood. They built on top of the original years and years ago. It is really neat to see what still stands. Then we head over to the Venus de Milo. Once again smaller than you would think. A little crowd has formed here, but nothing compared to the Mona Lisa. We capture a few photos and then go through more Egyptian items. We have walked in circles a few times, it really is a maze. When we find our way back to ...
... paintings of himself. (Funny…this aspect of the French monarchy is what ultimately led to their demise in the French Revolution.)
During the tour, we learned some very interesting facts about royal life in the palace. The public was allowed to be in the palace, and watch everything. There was a going to bed ceremony, and a waking up ceremony. Royal babies were born in public to prove their lineage. The public was even allowed ...