Travel Blogs from Paris
... Tiffany and Cartier were all there and dozens more. It was truly mind boggling. We walked up to the Tiffany counter and saw a diamond ring that was dazzling for a bit over 500,000 euros. I figured it was about the size of Kim Kardashian's diamond and was suitably impressed. We started on the first floor of handbags, jewelry and accessories. Michael Kors, Chanel, and even Guess were represented as well as dozens more with buttersoft leather ...
... famous train platform in the Harry Potter books, and there was a chance for a photograph with some props similar to the movie.
There was a minor delay in the departure of our high speed train to Paris via the "Chunnel". Myles had a lot of questions about the construction of the tunnel, so we will be sure to research this further. He thought the train had submarine capabilities, which I agreed would be super cool! ...
... is no other way to describe it. From here we kept walking down the main street . Here we found great Christmas markets which were very similar to the ones in Manchester so we decided not to spend too much time there because we had so much to do. We reached the half way point to the louvre and we needed a break. We saw the Ferris wheel and we decided to jump on to have another look any this great city from a different perspective. Soon after we kept going through the ...
... next he was singing and so on. Still happens today – see a deaf mute beggar one day, the next he can speak, and the next day you see him in the street speaking English, German, French selling postcards……. This was all cleared away by the infamous Haussmann in his re-building of the city when he established wide boulevards so no-one could barricade the streets again.
All the street names reflect the old church associations such ...
... this week), and there was biere! After looking around for a while and walking up to Moulin Rouge for a Captain Cook (yes, this is seedy in more ways than one - lots of sex shops around and the actual establishment looks pretty grotty), we hopped a metro back to the Seine. As it was peak hour we experienced some excitement trying to actually get onto a train and breath once we were on it! Very hot and ...
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Other places to stay in Paris
St-Germain-des-Pres, Paris | 4 star hotelfrom $315
Pigalle, Paris | 3 star hotelfrom $170
St-Germain-des-Pres, Paris | 2 star hotelfrom $157
Montparnasse, Paris | Hotelfrom $76
3 rue Lepic, Paris | Hotel$236 average