Staycity Serviced Apartments Gare De L'Est
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- Non-smoking rooms
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Drove back into Paris on the 31 December to spend a few relaxing days. New Years Eve was a quiet dinner at a restaurant in St Germaine Julie and I found on a previous trip to Paris. It was just as we remembered it - small, quiet, friendly staff and good food.
Having been to Paris previously meant we didn't have rush around trying to see the …
... sandwiches after we selected what we wanted. The tomato just made the sandwich for me. Such great taste combinations-- food is art here!
Le Printemps, one of the most famous department stores in Paris, was our next stop. It is huge! It has 6 floors of everything designer that you could imagine. I bought some loose tea - I cannot wait to taste it. Then we made our way up to the Laduree cafe where they ...
The time always seems to go quickly when you are on holiday or travelling. It was already time for us to pack our bags again (we are travelling with two big bags, 16 kg and 21 kg respectively, and two back bags. Jim, the owner of the airbnb property we stayed in told us to take the number 30 bus directly to Kings Cross St Pancreas Station as it was a direct bus. This was an excellent idea as the bus stop was closer than the train station and we had no stairs or escalators ...
What a big sleep we all had. After a busy day yesterday we all crashed into bed at about 7pm and didn't wake until 7am this morning! So we eased into the day with coffee, baguettes and yummy 'Citron' yogurt! We then headed to the Museo Du Lourve for their 9am open. Lucky we did as once we left early afternoon there were huge queues and people everywhere. Needless to say, the Louvre was ...
... how many 'things' he needed to create each day of his working life (he didn't start being an artist until he was in his 20s) but it was too difficult! But I came to the conclusion he didn't spend an idle minute at any time of his life! Given my fascination with Monet, we also headed to the Musee De L'Orangerie which has a vestibule created to house eight huge Monet paintings of water lilies and gardens from his home at Giverney. The eight paintings show the passing of the ...