Paiko Apart' Hotel
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... in WW1, he decided to leave his home to the State. He had a daughter as well, but she, her husband and 2 children (who were 20 and 23) were killed in the concentration camps of WW2. In his will, it stated that the house was to be left in its original condition, which proved to be a challenge as they were trying to set it up for viewing by the public. It was a stunning home! Apparently, the home was not touched during WW2. It was already owned by ...
... so photos are not that great. The audio guide told us many stories as we wandered. It was raining outside so the floors are slippery from the roof dripping.
After about an hour of wandering we walk back out onto the street and head to a cafe where we eat breakfast. Then bus home where we take a nap. Nick and Tara went for a wander so I hung out with Charlie for a bit.
... sign. It would not open until 6:30. Tourists with their suitcases and locals with their newspapers began showing up to wait for the gate to unlock. I set my things to the side and had breakfast: a banana, bagged chocolate croissants, and coffee-flavored soymilk. Coffee flavored foods have been all the rage in Europe-even the Activia yogurt in Italy was cappuccino flavored when I went. This coffee-flavored obsession is catching on in the oddest of foods here as well, as ...
... beautiful city. The afternoon was spent walking along Champs Elyse to L’arc de Triomphe (under construction of course) and spent a good amount of time trying to figure out how to actually get to the center of the traffic circle where it stood.
Finally, after following the skyscraper landmark all day, we arrived at the Eiffel Tower – TA DA! The night was pretty generic from that point on: we took typical pictures, ...
... to eat.
In Paris, meals, if not bought a la carte, are one price for several courses. For example, you pay a flat rate of 15 euros for a choice of any appetizer, main meal, and a dessert. There are less expensive menu options, and more expensive options within the same restaurant, with the different prices offering different options in food. We settled on a restaurant ...