Hotel Le Colisee
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... The other tasting was the macarons. This was apparently one of the first and one of the top supermarkets in Paris and the prices reflected this. We all had our one macaron each and we quietly discussed what we though. I have actually never had one and to be honest, I don't know what all of the fuss is about. Now back to the stuff we also saw, there was the cathedral of Magdelaine, the oldest house in Paris from 1400 something. The house was actually owned by a ...
Our hosts, Rene and Martin are waiting for us. They speak broken English and are just about the most adorable French couple you could imagine. Thank God JP can get by with his French. It was just enough to allow us to laugh and share together for about an hour, as they gave us a tour of their perfectly charming houseboat equipped with everything we could possibly need.
After napping for a few hours (we were ...
... thus far. We went to a bakery and grabbed some pastries and a Nicholas bottle shop to get some wine. Got a bottle that the lady recommended we try for 16€ We then went back to the apartment and faced a disaster- our key wasn't working and we couldn't get in the door. We emailed Sylvain and he advised he would come help us. The next door neighbor tried and opened it first go. Oops. Think Sylvain was relieved we didn't try busting down the ...
... really turn out very well. There was an organ playing somewhere - it didn't sound very nice - hung onto the one note for about a minute and was most mournful. The ceilings were so tall and the stained windows were impressive. They also had a history of the building of Notre Dame. It was begun in the 1100s and had periods of stops and starts and alterations until it was finally finished in around the 1700s!
I was happy to come outside into the sunshine again ...
The hotel we are staying in is called Hotel Nicolo. It is very cute and very French, with beautiful flowers in a gazebo area and flower boxes on many of the windows. They have an elevator made for one. I've never seen anything so small in my life. Don't eat too much at dinner, you might not be able to fit in afterwards. The bellman had to put our bags in the elevator then run up the stairs to get them out. It was for hysterical, only because it wasn't me running ...