Residence & Spa Le Prince Regent
Travel Blogs from Paris
... minutes before packing it in and heading back to the hotel. The Eiffel tower was spectacular never the least.
Dear journal, Sept. 3,2012 9:15 A.M.
Yesterday all we did was relax. Today we are going to go and look at all of Paris, France. The first thing we might look at is… well here is a list:
1. The Eiffel Tower
2.The Famous ...
... that Mael was enjoying the experience as much as we were! From there we went to a Fromagerie De Grenelle. It was after 1 p.m., the time when most of the shops close for three hours for lunch, but this master of cheeses was waiting for us to arrive before closing his shop door. He had prepared for us two types of goat cheeses and sheep cheese as well as very special thinly sliced ham. A basket of bread and bottle of wine made this the perfect lunch ...
... that it took much..!) We ended up in the bar opposite the Moulin Rouge, which I think was supposed to be an Australian bar. The floor was covered with sand, obviously emulating the beach. It was a novelty at the time, but if I hadn't have been wearing flip flops, I doubt that I would have been so amused.. We finally made it home at about 6am. Not a massive surprise that my plans for the morning went completely out the window! My Dad and step-Mum came out ...
... tower. The view of Paris, the Eiffel Tower and the cathedral itself (including its famous gargoyles) was however worth the wait, although the 357 steps up a narrow winding enclosed stone staircase was a little taxing.
After descending the tower, we walked across the river to get some photos of Notre Dame Cathedral, and then headed for the Latin Quarter to get some lunch. We enjoyed a good Vietnamese formule for lunch ...
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