Suite Novotel Paris Porte de la Chapelle
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... truly amazing! When we left the notre dame the line was huge, talk about timing.
We visited the Shakespeare and company book store which was beautiful and had so many good books, I wish I could afford/ carry them! We also visited a vintage store which charges by the kilo, lot's of good stuff! brought some snazzy shirts!
Today Liam left, it was so good catching up though! Gabby and myself went to the Louvre an amazing building in itself, let ...
... time, we have been before and Joe wasn't interested, ( he is 14!). As always in Paris there is always something or building just up the road and we continued to walk towards the Opera House, what a magnificent building! We caught the metro back to the hotel, had a bit of a rest and refresh then out for dinner and after we had a walk around the local area and found a great eating area filled with bistro's and a whole street full of creperies, we have noted this for another night or ...
... the place and the food was just as good as I remembered. However, we wanted to sit by the window, which ended up being a mistake as all the cold was seeping thru the glass and we were FREEZING all through our meal.
Marcy wanted to visit the Shakespeare Book store, so this was next on the list. It's housed in a really old and quirky building, with lots of hidden-type compartments and books were crammed in everywhere. And it was warm, which was ...
... whilst in France. The French Impressionists paintings are beautiful and there are amazing sculptures and Art Nouveau Furniture, some beautiful and some unusual. It was well worth the visit. The Musée d'Orsay is housed in the former Gare d'Orsay, a Beaux-Arts railway station built between 1898 and 1900. The museum holds mainly French art dating from 1848 to 1915, including paintings, sculptures, furniture, and photography. It houses the ...
... The Eurostar emerges into France at up to 100 mph. If you look to the horizon on the left, you can just see the distinctive clock tower of Calais town hall. The area of Northern France crossed by Eurostar is largely flat farmland, dotted with villages built around ancient stone churches. Less than an hour after emerging from the tunnel our train arrives in Pairs!" from the website man in seat 61" Like it said the tunnel is just a little longer ...