Residence Unic Renoir Saint Germain
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Waking up refreshed on Wednesday morning we started our tourist trek on the "Left Bank" with a peak into Eglise Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre (Saint Julien the Poor). This little church started construction in 1165 and sits adjacent to the Square Rene-Viviani, which is home to a locust tree planted in 1601, the oldest tree in Paris.
... last night.
After exploring the Museum of Rodin and then leisurely strolling through the gardens and having a lovely lunch sitting outside under the trees, we rented bikes and set out through the city. What a fun way to explore! I loved the freedom, the feeling of the wind in my hair and having no place to be. It is so much better than walking! And with 20,000 bikes for rent plus people on their own bikes, Parisians are used to bikers and mostly considerate of ...
... satisfied with the visit… anything else we saw would be a bonus!
We spent some time wandering around the Louvre, such a massive building full of corridors, stairs, courtyards and large & small rooms in many directions. The map became more useful as we worked out the colour codes and direction of the courtyards, we were able to navigate our way and only use the DS for occasional commentary, this seemed more practical. We headed to the ...
... hotel that has just had a cancelation and we have a bed for the night. We check in and wander down to the old part of town for dinner. It is a beautiful old village, this is somewhere that I stopped off before in 2012 when I was here with Viv and Sarah on our similar 50th adventure, it is so charming and we have a lovely meal outdoors, then a bit more of a wander around, it is light here until after 10pm so back to Hotel Le Home
... which greeted me with its characteristic hourly sparkling show. Every hour, it's as if a million paparazzis latch onto and cover the structure to take bright photos facing the outside. I do not use the word "magical" lightly, but my first night in Paris was very magical indeed. I felt so appreciative of being able to return to Paris at my age and to be able to enjoy the city exactly how I wanted to. Now all I wanted to do was to shower in that one bedroom apartment.