Hôtel Lautrec Opera
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... of Tour Eiffel from our balcony. What a sight to behold! I chose this place as it is my first time in Paris and a view of the tower was a prerequisite. Gary and I dropped our bags and headed out in search of food. We stopped at our local Cafe and had baguettes with ham and cheese, and a glass of wine. So very French!
We continued down to the Sienne and walked along until we reached the Eiffel Tower. The size of this tower is ...
... the Eiffel tower and then did the boat tour down the river. After the boat tour we took even more pictures by the Eiffel tour and got some Sangria from the Diversity Festival. We showered up and got some dinner at a little pizza place nearby. The service was pretty slow. Vin & Marée Suffren Ecole Militaire
After dinner we walked back by the Eiffel tour and got to see it ...
... imagination run away with you- who are these people? What did they die from? Deep thoughts like, everyone dies- but not everyone truly lives- makes you think about your mortality and encourages one to think or hope that there is more than death at the end of this life. I had secretly hoped that these catacombs were from something more sinister and malicious but alas perhaps it is best that they were not.
... As cliché as it may sound, it truly is a magical city of love and light.
A highlight of my summer (my year, actually!) was when my college roommate Judy came to visit! She, James and I rented a car and headed to the west coast. We explore the adorable town of Galway. Right on the water and a great pub scene made for some fun nights!
We took a day to drive south and see the majestic Cliffs of Moher. As luck would have it, the sun was shining and the sky ...
... playing via speakers set up in some of the groves. Further down the park was free, but involved an apparently complicated path, out of the palace grounds, and a 30 minute walk around to a side entry point….so sucked it up and payed the extra money. Made our way down the long long long avenue to the ‘grand canal (a monster 'cross' shaped lake) where you could hire boats or bikes or buggies to get around the massive forested grounds. We did none of ...