Balladins Les Mureaux
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Even though we started early, we were amazed at the lines for the Catacombs - projected to be. 4+ hrs! We did wait 3 since it was high on Lyric's list and I got her to promise to get up early tomorrow for Versailles. And the line provided an opportunity to talk with a nice young couple from Toronto & a group of US students. ...
Last night we booked a hop on hop off tour to easily explore Paris. Today we started the day with a typical "Parisian breakfast" of croissants and coffee at the hostel. We then headed off with directions to "go left and then walk straight for 20 minutes until you hit the river" to get to our first stop of the day, Notre Dame. We quickly learned that walking in a straight line in Paris is almost impossible with all the winding streets. We ...
... we have been in Paris. We climb into that fog, via the first floor where you can stand on the glass and look at the world below. There is also a tiny skating rink set up for the holiday season up here, because what else would you want to do on the Eiffel Tower than skate? It`s a bizarre notion. I figured the tower would be draw enough, you don't have to further entice people with the prospect of ice skating at a ...
We had a reservation for our "farewell" lunch at l'Atelier Joel Robuchon. Two Michelin stars. No door handle on exterior of entrance door, you wait until someone lets you in. Once in, and a genuine reservation was established, we were treated with warm, attentive service.
We chose the small plates option where you can build your own tasting menu. All of it simply delicious.
Tissue thin ...
... Cafes written about in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises. Other patrons there were Gertrude Stein, F. Scott Fitzgerald and T.S. Elliott.
Back to hotel at noon for 2 hour nap and then out to walk the town, trying to keep ourselves awake until evening so we can sleep all night and quickly adjust to time change.
August 29, Friday
Morning spent at the Montparnasse Tower, 56 stories high and a better view of Paris ...