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CITY DAY - Paris
Ros feeling no better so I took the excursion to Montmartre to see the artists in residence and take on the stories of where Rembrandt and Picasso worked etc.Lots of little souvenir shops and lots of people.
Ros was asleep in bed when I returned so when she woke we used up some of the soup and dry biscuits we bought at the supermarket and had them in the room for lunch. I couldn't have eaten a ...
... bananas and chocolate. The Parisians truly have a knack with chocolate sauce--thick and smooth, not too sweet. Then we figured we'd better have some protein, so we shared a pizza. We stopped by the hotel, got onto the computer in the lobby to check-in for our flight and print boarding passes. We dropped some things off in our room and then walked toward the Tower to catch our first Paris bus. As it is Wednesday--kids go to school on Saturdays and are off on ...
... road the RER to Gare de Nord, and the sun was even out as we walked to Gare l'est. We were 2 hours early for our train, but that's how we role! We arrived safely at Karlsruhe and were met by Conny and Rudy Hermann. They drove us to their home in Linkenheim. We got a tour of their beautiful restored/remodeled 400 year-old home and finished the evening with a wonderful ...
... city.We visited: Le musee D'orsay, l'orangerie, les catacombes, Sacre Coeur, Notre Dame, Saint Chapelle, les Tuilieries gardens, l'hotel de ville (my personal favorite), le quartier latin (Latin quarter), Versailles, Pere lachaise and Monmartre cemeteries.
My favorite area in Paris is the Latin Quarter. It is full of winding little alleys, brimming with students and enchanting little pubs and "brasseries". We enjoyed spending time there whenever we ...
... stands for the Tour de France finish line.
We had planned to walk up the Champs-Elysees but it was so wet we found a metro station and took a train to the Arc de Triomphe, We had missed out on going to the top last time we were here so we had promised ourselves we would go up this time. Unfortunately this of course meant more stairs. At least our pass meant we didn't have to queue for a ticket. We made it to the top and it ...