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... Decided to do another walking tour from the Paris to Paris guide. It was called Montmartre & the Sacre Coeur. Yes more walking but it was worth it. ..feet aren't to sure about it though. Got a taxi, driver not too sure where we wanted to go but we showed him map and he hit the GPS. Got dropped at Bateau-Lavior. Montmartre is described as artsy and graceful. It has narrow streets tilting houses and still windmills. This part of town is known ...
... cars here but I'm told they are mostly owned by the people who live in the Paris suburbs, which must be true because I haven't seen a single gas station since I've arrived. What's interesting as well is that French people here who do own cars have to park underground because there's no open-air parking lots, probably because there is simply no space for them. Paris is very crowded, and it's ridiculously expensive to live here. The apartment ...
... top. The Chateau has several restored horse drawn coaches all looking splendid and fit for a King. The coaches had wishbone suspension at the front and rear so the ride should have been pretty comfortable. I guess examining coaches like these is how the car manufacturers learnt about suspension. After the Chateau we headed for the town of Chartres which hosts the second largest cathedral in France (Notre Dame in Paris is the ...
... different languages being spoken around us, and time to just absorb where we actually are. Beautiful weather has greeted us, sun is shining, probably around 23. Checked in, freshened up and raced out the door to our 5pm tour. Eventually found the metro rail only to realise we had no idea what we were doing or which direction we were going.. So raced back to the hotel, called a taxi and started the drive in the traffic to the Arc de Triumph! We were late ...
... and took a picture of where we had come out so we might be able to find it again! Now, my experience of Paris is going to be in list form, quick bullet points, because that's how it felt. We were there such a short time, and always task- oriented-- find the right route, find the Eiffel Tower, find a croissant, find the Louvre, etc. I kept expecting it to be like the movies where the music swells and all is sparkling and romantic, but no, it ...