BEST WESTERN Plaza Elysees
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... at my apartment, I realized I didn’t have a bath towel so I headed down the street to pick one up from Monoprix, a small grocery/super market type store. The towels were ridiculously expensive – about 18€ each. In the US I could get two or three for that price. I griped to some lady looking at towels next to me (in French) and we ended up talking a bit. She was actually American as well, from Minnesota, but her French was ...
... school. I never thought I would actually see and climb it. Major bucket list item ticked off.
Nice to just slow down today, and cruise. Good food, something to see around every corner. Paris is a romantic city, a city of beautiful architecture, history everywhere, food that has to be tried, and the sexiest language, especially when a good looking girl talks to you.
Every 3-4 blocks they have 5 electric cars, all plugged into power point, ready to go. ...
... sort of like a Russian nesting doll - which is then encased inside a sarcophagus of red quartzite.
Louis XIV ordered the facility built 1670 to house disabled soldiers and at one time 4,000 military men to lived here. Today a portion of it still serves as a veterans residence and hospital. The Musee de l’Armee containing an exhaustive collection of military artefacts from antique armour to weapons.
Day 5 - Jamieson’s 14th Birthday and ...
... 200 AD). What are the chances? The displays are wonderful and there is a whole room dedicated to stained glass.
The Roman baths are cavernous and interesting. The brick work and supports are exposed so the building technique is easy to see. The largest room is called the frigidarium which describes cold water baths. Could they have been very popular?
Don't let the tour bus of life abandon you,
... more what we had all been looking for and was everything that Versailles was not, and yet was just as lush, just as impressive and overall, probably just as famous. We went to Giverney to visit Claude Monet's garden. By this time it was raining, and not just a light drizzle. It was proper rain. The gardens, even in the rain were spectacular. I say gardens and not garden because he has two distinctly different gardens. They are very different in nature but equally as ...