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... after lunch, as we struggled in finding our hotel. Thankfully, Lauren's google maps worked! We walked a pretty good distance and eventually found our hotel.
The hotel was very different, but cute in its own unique way. Each floor had a different lighting color, and there were comic pictures hanging all over the place. We were a little concerned at first, but it ended up being very nice and right next to a metro stop. Once we took a breather and dropped ...
... 55357; ;ᘇ 8;ȩ 57;8 398; Main I chose vegetarian tart ( again, what was I thinking!) however it was a beautiful arrangement of vegetables like zucchini, tomato, onion, squash, radish on a buttery, thin pasty base. It was delicious and fresh. Dessert was either chocolate mousse or berry tart - had a bit of both. Very nice end ...
... awestruck by its age... it has seen so much in its life time!
After the tour, Mom, Dad, Gretch, Maggie, Uncle John and I headed out (walking of course) to lunch and more sites around the city. We visited and ate in the Luxembourg Gardens (breathtaking, huge, colorful, and full of people enjoying their days).
... keys on because the locks are so heavy on the bridge. The girls were amazed at the Champs Elise that had one designer store after another.
We stopped at the Eiffel Tower and took some pictures - including some fun ones. Devon said "I've never seen Mrs. Rittler laugh so hard in her life."
Our next stop was Versailles. The girls thought the rooms were cool. There wad a lot of ...
... br> Sainte Chapelle. My favourite which I had been keeping till last. It had the
desired effect on Jewell and Glen. The lowest level is beautiful but the upper
level is stupendous! Despite the intrusion of scaffolding, it is an exquisite
collection of stained glass window art, a jewel of the 13th century!
A walk along the river’s lower level seemed a great way
to finish our visit to Paris, but our attention ...