B&B Marne La Vallee Bussy Saint-Georges
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... as Van Gogh and Toulouse-Lautrec. As it was close to closing we had a quick wander through, queued again to look at Van Gogh - loved his self-portrait - then had to leave.
All in all it was a great day. We surprised ourselves with the amount we saw and the ground we covered. The weather here is not as good as it was in London, but the showers, while heavy, pass quite quickly.
We plan to tackle the Louvre tomorrow after Notre Dame so an early ...
... on the bridge for about 5 minutes, as we still had a lot to see. We then headed to the Latin Quarter. According to NBC News, the Latin Quarter "is the precinct of the Université de Paris . . . where students meet and fall in love over café crème and croissants. Rabelais named it the Quartier Latin after the students and the professors who spoke Latin in the classroom and on the streets" ("A Walking Tour"). It was a really cool area with a lot of ...
... strange pods from outer space, so perhaps these tourists were expecting little green men to pop out of the big green pod. Should that have happened, they would have been well positioned to video it for Youtube or whatever is the Chinese equivalent. 2) Even the destitute here in Paris have the money for cosmetic surgery. Or perhaps it was the amount of cosmetic surgery that caused this particular woman to become destitute. Either ...
... wrought iron and a bit more cleaning before heading down to the shops for a bit of Christmas shopping. Also needed to replace rolling pin which has a crack in it. Saw a dress I liked as well, hmmmmm might have to go back! Printemp have their Christmas trees up!! Very pretty but maybe just a tad early! Back home for lunch and a quiet time waiting for Hazel Murphy to arrive from the UK for two days. Got a text from Jeff to say ...
... composition which tasted a bit like ginger beer. This was followed by a Mohito at a place on the corner of Muller and Fuetrier (called Le Muller I think) before I headed back to the cluster of cafes around the little square next to my hotel.
Had another Mohito at Le Ble Et d’Olive at the top of the stairs that lead into the square, then sat on the terrace of Café Americano and had some terrine. It was only about 5pm at this stage, but with just ...