BEST WESTERN The Wish Versailles
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... was a clear day so you could see far. After the Arc, we headed for a stroll down the Champs to get some lunch. We then just strolled and took in all the sights. Mia and Ty wanted ice cream, so we hit up the Hagen Dazs Restaurant. The menu was mammoth! I think we all enjoyed that restaurant. We headed back to pick up our luggage and head to the airport! This was one of my top family ...
... there were so many moments (usually with a glass of rosé) that we would observe our surroundings and feel we could not be anywhere but in Paris. And the girls. I will miss the girls. Not to say we don't have pretty girls in Canada, but these ones seem to have a penchant for showing off their delicates!! We have also missed our friends and family. The blog and your replies have helped and it's not like we are away for two years! Some ...
... whipped potatoes, Laguiole cheese and Creme fraiche, were all delicious.
Our first full day and, although we were keen to be out sightseeing, we slept in. We tried the Paris Bike rental from the Hotel to Musee D'Orsey. The bikes are rideable in a good for heavy commuter bike way but we had to wait to get a lock up spot for them. It was a very busy museum with Louvre closed on Tuesdays.
We walked back via Ile de la Cite, ...
... We enjoyed a basket of salty pretzels as well. Brad purchased two new beer glasses and several craft beers before we left Brewberry. After supper, we strolled down the street to a gelato shop where Evan and Brad both indulged in cones. They shaped the gelato like flowers, so that was pretty cool! It was a low key Saturday, but it is so nice to have some days in Paris where it feels like we live here as opposed to just regular tourists. And today was one of those ...
... we returned to Paris, we had time to shop and explore before dinner. After dinner, it was off to the bateaux mouches for a cruise on the Seine as the sun was setting!!! Definitely made you fall in love with Paris. To top it off, we were able to see the Eiffel Tower light up at the end of the trip. We attempted to go up the tour, but the line was too long. Fingers crossed we can do that on Sunday. I would write more but I need to go to sleep. Au ...