La Lombarde Bed & Breakfast
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... a painter if it wasn't for the ability to paint naked women...which sounded sincere and arty the way he said it so hey I believe'im.
Paris was a semi-solitary exercise, outside of hanging with people on various walking tours which was a ton of fun, especially the Selfie Squad formed on Day 1 which ended with a visit to some back street Montmatre restaurant to be serenaded with the incomprehensible covers of ...
... kids continued to explore the city - walking and taking a cruise on the Seine and watching the lights come on at the Eiffel Tower - they returned to the hotel about 11pm exhausted but very excited about how beautiful the Eiffel Tower looked at night - this is something that Greg and I have still not seen.
We headed back to the Eiffel Tower late the next morning and joined the queue to ascend the east tower. It took about an hour before we boarded the lift ...
Today was another of our big transition days from sleepy small town Amboise to big, bustling, tourist-filled Paris. We got up around 8:00, and Rich made his run to the boulangerie for fresh croissants, regular and chocolate. Larry made a tasty egg scramble with onions and cheese, sausages and coffee, and we all enjoyed a great start to the day. We were supposed to leave the apartment clean, so we all pitched in to strip linens, wash and put away ...
... the Mona Lisa of course. Back to the bus and off to the Notre Dame Cathedral and lunch in small groups in the Latin Quarter. I convinced our group to have Gyros. Hehe. We went to the same place me and Bren went to. Everyone loved it. We had crepes for desert. Walked around for awhile so the boys could buy some junk souvenirs. Next we went to the Eiffel tower and took the elevators to the top. ...
... of the Seine.
After the hour long cruise we walked 3-4 blocks to the Champs-Elysees where we were to have dinner at the Chez Clement, a restaurant a stone's throw away from the Arc du Triomphe. For dinner we at a range of French cuisines from quiches to creme brule.
We were then picked up in the bus weary eyed and delivered to our hotel to pack and ready ourselves for the trip to Versailles and Amiens in the morning.
More photos to come.