Hotel Excelsior Latin
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... arrived, the streets were quite bare & there was no market to be found!!! Eventually we gave up & we caught the metro back to one of my favourite spots "Hotel De Ville". I mentioned this location the other day because it really was spectacular architecturally....so french in all its glory!!!
The big open square in front of the Hotel also gave that feeling of space that is not always experienced in ...
... allow vast amounts of light in, so the palace does not look gloomy. The best room of course is the Grand Gallery where The Hall of Mirrors is. This massive room, two stories high has mirrors along one wall which reflect the gardens outside. The chandeliers dripping in crystal reflect as well. The ceiling is fresco's and this would be the perfect place for a ball. The doors open onto a terrace that overlook the gardens and fountains. Yeah, this is a show of wealth all ...
... escorted straight in. We also made the most of the garden cafe grabbing a nutella and banana crepe (when in France!) and an espresso (to make sure we paid full attention during the tour). We both enjoyed the tour and it was interesting to see the palace as we have heard a lot about it in the past. Bavarian King Ludwig II admired King Louis XIV so much he based many of his now famous castles on Versailles. In particular the Linderhof Palace which we visited when ...
... I had for an address and, in the pouring rain, wandered for over 90 minutes finally giving up in frustration. Grabbed dinner at the market...guess what....cheese, baguette, wine...an absolutely perfect first meal in the flat. Soft music, wine then crashed.
Sunday June 29
We awoke to lots of street noise and more rain. But that didn't deter us. Off we went to the Bastille district walking alone the Rue de Rivoli toward a huge market. ...
... It looks like a barn or something I would see in the middle of nowhere. That did not stop people from lining up to buy the expensive tickets! We walked down the red light district of Paris and I am glad I was there during daylight! Very creepy place at night. I then had my first Parisian meal! I ate at the Chartier and it was a good traditional Parisian meal. I had duck and some sort of potatoes. It filled me up and I definitely didn't want to walk afterwards! The restaurant is ...