Hotel Park Lane Paris
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... showing NFL football, where we meet other Hansen's(!) in town from Minnesota and celebrating their 10th wedding anniversary, and watch the Chargers move to 3-1!!
The second amazing dinner involved, wait for it, escargot - snails! - and they were AMAZING! This is something I never thought I would try, let along like; guess it is true that with enough butter and garlic anything will taste ...
... through security and in the building, and at 9:23am we were standing front row, in front of the beautiful Mona Lisa. After admiring and lots of photos (of which only the girls' selfies remain, this being the day we lost the SD card) we moved on to spend the rest of the morning admiring the many varied masterpieces of the Louvre, including the Venus de Milo, Winged Victory of Samothrace, the medieval ...
... The ice-cream screamed to be eaten so Jane indulged in two boules (scoops) of coffee and one of vanilla whilst Brad had vanilla, coffee and the yummy poire (pear) sorbet. It was a filling and delicious lunch made even better by receiving a 30% discount by making the booking through La Forchette. After our Saturday meal we wrote a review for the web-site and we will do another ASAP. Looking at the site, ours was the only review in English!
Needing to walk ...
... we talked for a bit. He had actually lived for between Paris and Washington D.C. He was doing an internship in Paris for the summer. It was nice chatting with him. It was actually pretty entertaining watching people trying to figure out how to do their laundry. Eventually a young man from the US came and sat by us since he heard me speaking English to the other guy. He was visiting Paris with his parents and had been traveling the previous few weeks through Denmark. ...
... when I reckon 30% of the passengers got off at the main interconnecting station. Phew - easy as after that. Once up in the sunshine we took a stroll up the avenue to the Arc de Triomphe and then down the other side, stopping for the obligatory over priced drinks. We opted for Starbucks in the hope of using the free wifi but this access was even worse than our hotel so we finished our drinks and headed towards home. Joe was keen to get this BAS monkey off our holiday back. ...