La Maison Bacana Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... so deserted after walking in Paris and London. After dropping off luggage our first need was dinner. Reception suggested a nearby pub, with very authentic Austrian food. We were soon tucking into delicious meals, real food (Weiner schnitzel, cordon Bleu, bratwurst) all with boiled potatoes with fresh herbs. Washed down with some beer (Michael and I) we left very content. Kids in good spirits, too. Decided to head straight to the Old Town and ...
... the police approach. Wayne had it down pat by the end of the trip and was able to put his Italian hand gesturing to good use. We celebrated our last dinner in Paris - you guessed it - on the Chamos élysées. When in Paris..................It was then back to our hotel, pack our bags and take in the last breathtaking moments of the illuminated Iron Lady. I could never have enough of Paris and will now get some shut eye to dream of our return visit. Wayne and I have ...
... But it is a very confusing place. Had decided not to worry about them... And ran into them. Love it when that happens! In a magnificent glass roofed courtyard. Sat here for ages. Just a beautiful setting. So I decided to leave after that. Back out into the Carousel Shopping Centre. Explored all the shops. Bought another wallet, Emily. For the big notes, just to be pulled out when needed. Out into the Rue de Rivoli. There was a market on. Wandered that. Saw ...
... painted each one to resemble his surroundings at his home in Giverny at different times of the day. So, one room is dawn to noon and the other is noon until dusk - very cool! The other awesome feature of the paintings was that they are housed in a room with natural light filtering in through the ceiling. So, when the light outside shifts it gives a whole new look to the paintings. There have been a few cultural moments in my life that have made me tear up ...
... the various churches and cathedrals we've view during our trip. For example, La Sagrada Familia and Notre Dame are both beautiful, yet could not be any more different in so many ways. We did our best to take pictures, but it's so hard to take pictures in a church where people are praying and not feel guilty about it, so we were a bit limited in what we captured and what we didn't. After Notre Dame, it was time for lunch. We walked from Il de la Cite to Il St. ...