Hotel Lautrec Opera
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As usual I have to start with a bit of disclaimer as this post feels particularly self-indulgent. I know there are much more important things to be concerned with in the world today, but it was my birthday and I had fun and here is what I did.
I took one of my most favourite people in the world on a whirlwind 24hr trip to Paris.
We arrived in Paris at 9:30 am and went straight to the Louvre to visit Miss Lisa. I am ...
... have been nice to go inside but we hear it's much like the Napoleon rooms in the Louvre (which we already saw) - in fact they are actually meant to be better so it wasn't too bad missing out on that circus.
Inside the gates, it's pretty overwhelming. We weren't there on a day when the garden’s many many fountains were going so it wasn’t too busy but there still seemed like there were people everywhere. Apparently as per Jason's ...
... friends with our neighbors at the table next to us; one was a wealthy woman who owns a house overlooking the water in Monaco and the other, a famous (in Europe) singer named Sedrick Hamilton (aka Seddy J). They gave us lots of tips for watching out for pickpockets and which restaurants to visit.
The night ended with us playing gin (where Ashlyn destroyed Tyler) on our balcony and drinking wine we’d purchased back in London at ...
So today's goal was to scare Jason by going to the top of the Eiffel Tower – before when he was in Paris, he only went up to the second level…it was funny to watch how he would find every possible way to not look out the elevator or the side of the tower. Amy took videos and was amazed by the looks of the tiny country in front of her, while Jason’s head was in a book, as far away as possible from the edge. Before we ...
I am typing this as we leave Paris by bus ... So I apologize for the delay. Yesterday was, as the French say, fantastique! Have you ever had a traditional European breakfast? Neither had the kids ... And I think they will have a hard time returning to their cereal and milk when they return to the USA! Baguette, croissants, amazing coffee and a variety of other wonderful things ... Needless to say, we ate like royalty. After breakfast we met our bus and headed into ...