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... has been around for almost 100 years, in one form or another. It is fabulous inside: small nooks, a sleeping cat on chair, old typewriters. If we could carry them, we would have walked out with dozens of books, but I refrained.
Our visit was wonderful, but it was very busy. By the end of our time in Paris, we were craving the quiet that will surely accompany us during our time in Andlau, France, a small village in the ...
Overcast & drizzle this morning..going to LaFayette Galeries..shopping!! Interesting to look through but not in my price range!! Bought 'skip the line' tickets for Louvre..walked up to head of line and was informed to join the queue. But I have 'skip the line' tickets..there is still a queue for 1 1/2 hrs. Decide to come back early tomorrow. Did a little more souvenir shopping before getting some lunch & heading back to hotel. Going to Crazy Horse cabaret show, so ...
... about 90 minutes before landing, so we could have breakfast. We landed at 6:00 am or so local Paris time. It didn't really feel like a new day: I was wearing the same clothes, in the same place, and hadn't done more than nap.
The taxi line was very long, so I used the Uber app on my phone, and called an Uber car, which was already waiting; I walked right out to it. The driver was courteous, the car was meticulously clean (unlike most taxis) and ...
... seeing them marvel at its wonders and delights. With Gary’s expert guidance we covered so much: from the cobbled lanes of Ile St Louis to the stained glass windows of Notre Dame to the Eiffel Tower’s night time sparkling lights to the heights of Montmartre to the Louvre’s masterpieces to the D’Orsay’s Impressionists to the Luxembourg’s colorful blooms to the dahlias in Le ...
... Napoleon. Next door was the Army Museum, where I would have liked to spend more time in the WWI and WWII wings, but even the short time we spent there tried Sherry’s patience -- not her thing.
Since it was Sunday, Rick Steves said there would be a free organ concert at the St. Sulpice church at 11:30. It was about a 20 minute walk from the Army Museum and we arrived on time, but in the middle of Mass, so it appears Rick’s ...