Hotel Atala Champs Elysees
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... and could easily pass as a French girl! We were in no particular rush, which was a good thing, because the service became less attentive the longer we lingered. No matter; the leisurely 2-hour lunch was enjoyed by all, and I'm glad I finally had the chance to meet Danielle.
After saying our good-byes, with some discussion of another meeting before Dee and I leave Paris, we gingerly descended the 100+ ...
... that you have in the US.
People however continue to be quite helpful. I have mentioned before how in general people here avoid eye contact and appear quite wrapped up in their own minds, books or cell phones on the metro. If you do happen to make eye contact with others, there's no half-smile greeting that people do with each other in the statest. Everyone just looks through each other. There's no right or wrong here, its just the way it is. I'm used to being ...
... balls. It was so cool to see the locals utilising the street for games and gatherings!
We walked past cinemas where they show art-house films, and then on to the Grand Mosque of Paris. Behrang said it was decorated in the Marrakesh style and we all enjoyed a 2 euro mint tea in the colourful and ambient restaurant section.
On our way home we passed a lot of lively bars on rue Mouffetard. I’ll definitely head back there when I feel up to a night ...
... with shower to the right then on the left is the living area with a baby grand piano and a spiral staircase up to the second level. The kitchen and dining area is to the right. Upstairs is three double bedrooms, one with a sitting area with additional beds a family bathroom and a little dressing room. Just what you imagined a French apartment to be. Once bedrooms were selected, we headed off to the Bastille Market to have lunch and buy some produce and have a general look ...
... in the red…with your eyes at least!
But during times like these you need to summon that last burst of strength to finish strongly. Three days in Paris is approaching. Activities we’ve all been anticipating. The Louvre…The Eiffel Tower…EuroDisney…eating macarons…(hey…everyone̵ 7;s different!)
Homesickness has diminished with the thoughts of seeing family again in a few days. Diminished from ...
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