BEST WESTERN Plaza Elysees
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... sort of petitions. We were told by our guides to ignore them, which was common sense to us. Mostly Australians in our group. To all of you who have visited this massive archival building, you will know that the journey starts under the glass pyramid. Heaps of people, but our guides were good at keeping us together via our little transmitter radios. Our main man, whose name escapes me, has a masters in art history and took us through from the ...
... when it is raining? Shop of course. Al found "a dream come true" when we stumbled across a massive Kookai store. My dreams were much more easily achieved, on almost every street. Pastries, chocolates, sweets, everywhere! Ha-ha!
We visited the Musée du Parfum. We stumbled across a wonderful cafe called Le Pain Quotidien. We got saturated as we huddled under an umbrella when the heavens decided to open up.
Spent a week in Paris and decided we could stay there forever - so many things to do, delicious food and a great city to wander round for hours. Also did two day trips - champagne tasting at Reims and then to Giverny where Monet lived. We are now experts on all things champagne related and want to live in the French ...
... Our room was nice, even though it was kind of small and Briana and my mom were having trouble rolling off the bed, it was nice. The hotel is old and the bed slants with the floor. Today Briana will just sleep on the ground so my mom has her own bed as well as me. Well it's not Auf Wiedersehn..... what is it..... Au revior! -Bridget Bonjour! Today was an amazing day. I would explain it all, but it would be pretty much the same as Bridget's entry. I think my favorite part of today ...
... sparkling industry in England. As I understand it, they are on a similar latitude to Champagne and Burgundy so I'm surprised that it's taken them so long. Anyway, I did enjoy it so keep an eye out for English sparkling wines. France I have to say was disappointing, given it's reputation for food. Having said that, the produce we saw was nothing short of remarkable. The fresh fruit and vegetables, seafood, cheese, bread, pastry etc etc etc. The thing ...