Hotel Atala Champs Elysees
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... it's a beautiful building - looks a bit like a castle. Then over to Notre Dame for some nighttime shots...by now it was cooling off quite a bit and we were both feeling the chill. Hopped back on the metro to go back to our room to get things packed up for our farewell to Paris the next morning.
Day 4 - Nothing to see here.
I had the train booked for about 10am, giving us lots of time to get up and get going and get to ...
... to get to the catacombs 19m underground and I panicked a bit. I felt I couldn't breath; like my very life was leaving me and I had to concentrate very hard to breathe and tell myself that I was just freaking out cause I was slightly claustrophobic. What person who is slightly claustrophobic goes to the catacombes? Yes, my friends, that idiot would be me. I realised at this point that I didn't think this through. I sort of went cause friends wanted to go; it ...
... breeze it was so pleasant. We tried Croquet Monsier, (a grilled ham and cheese sandwich, dipped in egg batter like French toast with cheese added on the outer part of the bread, then pan fried so it all melts together! ) and Jambone Fromage (ham and cheese unmelted on a baguette) Ali's lemonade tasted more like perriere with sweetened lemon juice and orange slices in it. Orangina was all of our favorite drink! A quick stop at the souvenir shop next door ...
... were not organized by date, subject matter, style. There was no theme or reason that I could discover. It honestly appeared to be random. This, I do not understand. Why are so many curators these days allergic to chronological order? I believe that putting them in order by date of subject matter would give visitors a better understanding of Picasso’s overall oeuvre. But, alas, nobody asked me for my opinion when they designed it.
I also think that I may have ...
... we've walked a few dozen times this week, but haven't gone yet. Well, it turns out we've been missing out on a great little spot! We're located in a quiet neighborhood, far from major tourist destinations, so the cafés are frequented by locals taking their lunch break. The food is french bistro, beautifully presented and delicious. Over a bottle of wine, we discuss Montréal vs. Paris, how life works here, food ...