Paris Sightseeing- Tourist Attractions And Walking Tour

Paris Sightseeing- Tourist Attractions And Walking Tour


Morning! It’s our second day in Paris and today we’re off sightseeing! Yay! Before we go sightseeing though, we’re going to
head back to Coqueclicot Bakery where we had lunch yesterday grab some Pain au Chocolat maybe a bucket of coffee and enjoy that
before heading out to go and see some of the sights Can we just take one moment please to appreciate the bowl of Cappucino look at it oh my god Very happy Hannah. Very happy Hannah! this how they roll in France! Bowls of
coffee! We like it, we like it a lot You know how I love my street art? Well, I’ve just found a little random bit for you How cool is this? There’s one over here Oh dear! and this one just here I’m sat in Square Jehan-Rictus in
Place des Abbesses and behind me is a massive wall which said I love you, in I can’t
remember how many languages but i will put it up for you just here we’re just going down the steps in Abbesses metro station and there’s like all these beautiful pictures of Paris just
all over the walls which is pretty cool I recommend going down the steps seeing
as Abbesses is the deepest metro station in Paris and getting the lift going up Mum and I have just finished at the Eiffel
Tower which was incredible Just to note that there is now a
security check to get underneath the tower and go up there so make sure you haven’t got bottles of
water or anything that they’re likely to deem a security risk or you will
have to get rid of it at the entrance we’re just gonna walk along the river now
and head towards The Louvre and see what’s along here really so that’s what we’re up to why don’t you come for a wander? Well I can definitely say, with what
we’ve seen that the walk along The Seine is well worthwhile and well worth doing if you’ve got a sunny day. Don’t get the metro have a walk,
you will see some of the most beautiful architecture and sights Top Tip! Behind me is the Champs-Élysées and The Arc de Triomphe is right at the end. I don’t have any idea if you can see it from here but I promise you it is up there! Just as an extra bit of historical info
for you, right here is the place where they chopped off a few
heads during The French Revolution lovely So we’ve had a really busy day sightseeing and we’ve just come for dinner it’s about 21.00 which is
the Parisian time to eat dinner and we’ve come back, which is a bit of a
cheat I don’t normally try and eat in the same place I try different places, but we came here last night and it was so good we had to come back again for more and it’s a creperie called Lepic Assiette on Rue Lepic just in Montmartre, near Abbesses just a little walk up from the metro station and it’s incredible If you’re Vegetarian there is plenty of options If you’re Gluten free, they do Gluten free crepes because they’re all made with buckwheat and Amazing! Come here, eat here…it’s good! Here we have a marvelous thing, we’ve got
a pitcher of cider Crepes are here these are Alsacienne which is cream,
mushrooms, cheese, Cumin, which doesn’t sound like it should work.. but it does. I
think that’s it they’re amazing and a green salad with
Roquefort and walnuts. Cut into that bad boy Mum! Show them what’s inside oh my god look at it and tonights vlog, I’m going to end, right
outside the Moulin Rouge

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