BEST WESTERN The Wish Versailles
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... take in all at once but we got a good look at many of the pieces. After a picnic on the pavement outside the Pompidou we continued by walking along several pedestrian only streets to the Louvre. Quite the crowd waiting to get in, but with my Paris Pass I was able to go to the front of the line. We fought our way through the masses to find Mona. Soon we reached the room and worked our way to the front of the crowd to get ...
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... Unfortunately within a minute or so they encountered an intersection with five roads diverging and all with differing names. Actually they were good companions and managed with the help of a Spanish Lady to turn me in the direction of The Opera House where I encountered my first gypsy. The racket - played three times on me within five minutes - unless the Paris Streets are lined with gold. They approach you a with a "men's gold ...
... the Marais, with windows overlooking Rue de Rosiers (and directly opposite the building where six people were killed in 1982 in the Goldenberg restaurant after two gunmen lobbed grenades into the diners and then opened fire with machine guns. The owner, Goldenberg, had previously lost his entire family in Auschwitz). The whole Marais area is full of kosher food stores and restaurants, and on the day we arrived (Armistice Day), the queues outside restaurants, especially ...
... the river until we came to Notre Dame Cathedral. Lines to get in but the wait was well worth it. Those stained glass ‘rose’ windows are amazing. The size, architecture, fabric of the Church, the Church furniture and other decorations are truly spectacular.
Our next building was City Hall. Again another spectacular building. Of course it is not open to the public. Simple fountains are around ...