Millennium Hotel Paris Charles de Gaulle
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... for a coffee, and I found a seat in the shade in the park outside out hotel, next to St. Julien Le Pauvre, and we all grouped there and ate and read and relaxed. Gorgeous. Then we set off for an afternoon excursion to La Madeleine, Fauchon, Place de l'Opera and a general look round there. Decided to go by metro to have more time there - this may have been a mistake as it took us AGES to find the right metro entrance in the massive maze of underground paths ...
... to the rails. Apparently couples declare their love, write or engrave their names on the lock, padlock it to the bridge railing and throw the key in the Seine. I don't know what they do if they break up. We watched one of the huge passenger boats, the Bateaux Mouche, cruise along and saw with envy the big gap it had to get under the arches of the bridges! No photos were allowed in the building and it was interesting watching those who just ignored the ...
... a two-course menu of burrattina and tomatoes followed by guinea fowl. Geoff had a gazpacho with the same main. The boys shared a portion of sea bream with vegetables and salad and they loved it. After lunch Kate and I popped into a couple of shops while the kids climbed in the military vehicles outside St Sulpice and then we all walked to St Germain station where we had a further little wander before saying our goodbyes. We will miss our travelling companions, and ...
We had an "early" finish back at the hotel at about 8.30 - or at least my bus did. The second bus arrived over half an hour later; they had become stuck in a Paris gridlock with no vehicle being able to move. A policeman arrived and got the traffic moving, reportedly with an admirable amount of skill.
The hotel restaurant was unfortunately closed, so we all dispersed for a meal of some sort. I did see some with bread and cheese - it was that sort of a ...
... happening. I'm the only one wanting the tour and they need 3 :(. Lori Kilmer wish you were here to help make up a part of three! So can take on some of Lenny's suggestions or take a hop on hop off bus, do a hop on hop off Seine boat ride or maybe simply rent a bike and cycle Paris for a while.
Dinner salmon, salad and crepe topped with a Bordeaux red. The French sure know how to serve heart attack on a plate! Hard to order!
another wonderful day in Paris!