Suite Novotel Paris Saint Denis Stade
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... the Arc de Triomphe, Champs Élysées and of course, the Eiffel Tower. We got some great photos of the tower. In the afternoon we visited the Palace of Versailles. This building is massive and the wealth and opulence of the internal decorations, furniture and chandeliers the aristocracy of France enjoyed back in the day was mind blowing. Actually, you came away with a sick sort of feeling given the way these people lived, especially ...
... just come alive when the sun is out and you get to see their full beauty and craftsmanship, they change colour with sunshine. We hop onto our boat which is glass from floor to roof so you don't miss any of the major attractions along the river. We have a lovely table for two squeezed in against other couples sitting along the glass wall. Personal space is something that they don't really get either, but we have become accustomed to ...
... light and fluffy and filled with delicious chocolatey goodness! When we eat out Elvis has to confiscate the free bread basket so I don't fill up on bread before our meal arrives. Nothing can prepare you for how truly grandiose the buildings are. No picture can capture the true beauty and detail that goes into this city, and no words can describe the feelings you have being there. It's an experience I will never forget, and an experience worth the wait. E & E ...
... completely flat and trills as well as turning around and flapping its wings. Needless to say I bought one of his little boxes playing Liszt. An extravagance but the shop with the maker in his dustcoat was straight out of a magic fairy-tale or Coppelia.
Cath had to come out of the shop to get some cash to pay ...
... could get. We then jumped back onto the metro to go a couple stops to the town of Montmarte. This town is on top of a hill and the highest point in Paris. The views are amazing as well as the history. This is the old stomping ground to monks in the 1200's, gypsum miners in the 1700's and modernists painters in the 1900's. People still walk down the streets with a canvas in hand. Some of the famous painters that lived here ...
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