Comfort Hotel Champigny sur Marne
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Well we feel so privileged to be in Paris as it is but to be here on Bastille Day makes it even more so. Most things were closed today but there was an air of excitement and added security in the city. There was a huge parade in the streets and many areas were closed off to the public.
We tried to go out after the big parade which ...
Woke up fairly early, no rush today! We had breakfast and did not pack sandwiches today! Packed up all our stuff (growing with souvenirs daily now!) and left it in the baggage room! Headed on two Metros to the Marmottan Musee -- which is the largest collection of Monet anywhere! Finally found it -- had to ask three people for help. In a different neighborhood -- had not been here before and it was not easy to find. Fairly unobscure museum, tho there were ...
... CE towards the obelisk at the Place de la Concorde. We passed the US embassy and headed to Rue Royale where we would eventually go into Chanel, not that anyone was planning a purchase, but it is always fun to dream. We passed more macarons, chocolate shops and gourmet food shops, all difficult to resist, but we managed. We met up with the rest of the groups at the obelisk and headed to dinner near Notre Dame and the Cluny museum ...
... on AIR FRANCE?
And only FRENCH.
One might think there would be some other nouveau American travelers foolish enough to have not flown virgin . . . I mean Virgin . . or United, or . . . I don't know . . . AMERICAN . . . on this plane.
Uhhhh . . . no. I mean . . . "non"
Au contraire, mon frere.
It wasn't that I wasn't warned. I had clues and nothing gets by Monsieur Ohb--sare--vey--see--own.
Standing in ...
... about 500 stairs or a funicular. Yep, the funicular it was, which moved about 40 each trip up the steep incline. There were 4 levels built into the hill with marble rails/stairs overlooking the city. A mass was being celebrated with about 1000 inside, those that wouldn't fit sat on the terraced stairs,where we were entertained by a singer/guitarist playing crowd requests, locals walking around with Heineken cartons ...