Comfort Inn Montmartre
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... many more impressive pieces in the Louvre to see. The Louvre building itself is beautiful as it was once a castle and then a palace before it became a museum. Upon leaving the Louvre we walked through the Tuileries gardens, which were beautiful with their autumn colours, and arrived at the Place de la Concorde where an obelisk stands to mark the place of the guillotine that beheaded King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. On the way back ...
... had external hammers for tune playing from a small clavier.
On the night of 24 August 1944 as the Île de la Cité
was taken by an advance column of French and Allied armoured troops and
elements of the Resistance, it was ...
... sensor that keeps a tab on how many people go in and out with a total figure of how many people are currently in there. It was about quarter to, ten to four when we got in. We only just made it as the last entry is at 4pm.
It was well worth the wait though. You walk through tunnels with lights all along it – I think it was about 2km in total. The catacombs of Paris cover about 1/800th of Paris. There were a couple of areas where ...
... lobby appear to feature a Vegas-style show with scantily clad show girls, lots of rhinestones, feathers, music and dancing and the traditional cancan as the finale. It's very expensive, about $300 for us both to see, so we passed on that, considering we've seen Follies Bergiere in Vegas and multiple other Vegas shows. A quick Metro trip brought us back to our apartment after clocking 3 miles on Cory's pedometer. Feet are holding out ...
... busy streets, no open spaces to take the kids, lots of crosswalks and lots of cigarette smoke. Not easy if you have a stroller with 2 kids.
Being near a park was also important since we want to maintain our strict 3 times a week outdoor run schedule. But the distance was also the downside - it would means a 30 - 40 minute train ride to work (even though the driving distance is just 7.3 km) which is in the heart of town.