Timhotel Boulogne Rives De Seine
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a cafe, McDonalds opened a cafe in Australia and invited the french guys who
would make the decision on whether it was allowed or not, anyways the short of
the long is that they liked the cafe and it was allowed as it wasn’t a
franchise. Pity we now have cafes all over the world and it is no longer
We passed the Abercrombie and Fitch store, which also has a house behind it
where all the models live. With huge ...
... all that we missed the Mona Lisa! Still saw some wonderful things - true it would take a couple of days to see fully. (I have to admit.. don't think Bryan was all that phased at missing the painting!) Walked and walked, and admired this beautiful ...
... about 7:40 am. NO ONE opens early in France. There were no parking places, so we parked it on the sidewalk. A nice guy showed up and told us to drop the key in the slot, so we did and left and hoped for the best. NO MORE DRIVING! YAY! We survived.
Made it to the train station by 8 am. Plenty of time, of course. So we had breakfast. Of course, all the french eat for breakfast is sweets. Had some pastries. Dot tried the yogurt, but they keep it at room temperature. She ...
... a gem of Gothic architecture!!
From here we walked around and over the Pont Neuf, Paris' oldest and most famous bridge, to the Louvre. We love love lurved the Louvre!! As you might already know the Louvre is the world's largest museum and was once one of the largest palaces too - so it's no surprise we walked our little feet off - that place is like a labyrinth!! Again, the French signage is not like anywhere else...but we did find one extremely helpful ...
... we had crepes for lunch. I had a banana and Nutella pancake - it was yum!
After that we dumped our stuff back in the apartment and then walked along the Seine towards the Louvre. It was a another nice day and we stopped along the river back to have a croque-monsieur and a chocolate eclair we purchased at this fancy patisserie. Mum wanted to have the sandwich, I just wanted a cheesy bread roll, so ...