Au Pavillon Bleu
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... A few minutes later the Ski's wrote me back and saved the day.
I rushed over to their house, grabbed the gps, and off we went....6 hours late.
The boys soon fell asleep, and Ben and I listened to our Eragon book on tape in peace. We made it to Paris, were able to check in to our apartment (even though they marked us down as a no show), and were snuggled up in our beds by 2am.
Not quite what I was planning, but "all's well that ends ...
... would give us the English menu and leave us be.
Refreshed, we headed back to the museum which was housed in converted Orsay train station on the Seine. The Orsay station was originally built for the Universal Exhibition of 1900. The museum features several different levels and still maintained the original feel of a train station with a bright skylight curved roof. We saw pieces by Van Gough including the famous blue self portrait along with some monet pieces. What ...
... then headed to Avenue des Champs Elysees and made pit-stops to Sephora, H&M and the famed Laduree. To be honest I was a little foggy at this point and eventually had to call it a day and we caught a taxi back to the hotel.
That night for tea we went to a little cafe that was within walking distance of our hotel and had snails !
... does. More investigating is required as to how the theory transitioned to fact. This church is a must see as is the crypt. We finally head home, passing Notre Dame on the way. Looking towards the roof we see another something we missed. There aregreen - probably copper/brass statures climbing ladders heading towards the roof and statures on the roof. What they represent, we will have to investigate. Home is not too far away, dinner will be in, quiche and an apple ...
... just near the Eiffel tower. People can go up in the tower and see all over Paris. It is a very special attraction.
The French people eat bread sticks, croissants, and very nice pastries. I have been to a special museum called the Louvre to see a very special painting called the Mona Lisa.
I have also been to the Arch de Triumph which has 12 roads all coming together with no traffic lights. ...
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