No museums today or time limits so a much more relaxed day. Although walking up to Sacre Coeur at the top of Montmartre Hill, had us both catching our breath. We didn't bother going up to the top of the dome as the views from the church and surrounding area were good enough..
Maybe if I had gone higher I wouldn't have had TV aerials on the skyline.
Not a lover of the numerous selfie sticks taking over the streets.
This is also where you find the Moulin Rouge. When first built at the end of the 19th cent it opened up the world to Cabaret entertainment and was the birthplace of the can-can. Frequented by artists, in particular Toulouse- Lautrec who was commissioned to produce a series of posters for the Moulin Rouge.
Next stop the Arc de Triomphe. Erected by Napoleon in 1806 it is a must on the tourist trail. At the centre of 12 avenues, it is one place I would never try and cross the road. Thank heaven for subways.
Thankfully we were not put off by its lack of customers because the food was outstanding.