Balladins Paris 19
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- Multilingual staff
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Waking up refreshed on Wednesday morning we started our tourist trek on the "Left Bank" with a peak into Eglise Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre (Saint Julien the Poor). This little church started construction in 1165 and sits adjacent to the Square Rene-Viviani, which is home to a locust tree planted in 1601, the oldest tree in Paris.
... some baguette and our great friend Sue Bremner was trundling her bag along the street, and fortunately we are in adjoining rooms. A little rest before our welcome to Paris evening at the Eiffel Tower, in perfect blue skies and summer weather, catching the train to Pyramides for 6.15pm. We left on a coach for our special dinner at the 58 Eiffel Tower Restaurant, with a menu of 3 courses with smoked salmon, chicken ...
So this morning was funny... We had to catch the Metro to Versailles Palace and quickly ran to make it, Logan & Zarah got on and Denham and I... well I got my arms stuck in the doors/gates when I finally was released from that the strap of my hand bag was stuck in the train doors... Denham and I were pulling on one side and Logan & Zarah were trying to jam the door open from the inside being ...
... familiar but many quite unknown. My first glimpse of his home through the garden gave me goosebumps. Visiting inside the house revealed surprising insights into his personal life. We knew he loved Japanese art but we found that many of the rooms had walls totally covered by Japanese prints. There were also many paintings by his contemporaries. The house was full of light, bright colours and textural patterns in drapes, carpets ...
... suppers were all COLD when delivered. To go from the kitchen to the dining room took minutes - upstairs - downstairs - down the hall. And if the royals gang wanted to go off and see Madame De Pompadour they had to hook up the horses and go about 2 miles to The Petit Trianon. Under the Empire, The Petit Trianon was refurnished for Pauline Borghese, Napoleon's sister and later for Empress Marie-Loiuise.
Then it was off to the ...