BEST WESTERN Hotel Marais Bastille
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... floor apt to check out the neighbourhood and find some food. Near the Pompidou center, the area is lively with lots of shops, cafés and people.
The next day Luci and I head out early for a walk to find Paris is slow to wake. At 8 am on Saturday in the heart of the 3rd distinct the streets are empty. ( I'm not sure if they don't do daylight savings time because they are slow to rise ...
... road looking down at the palace. Versailles is extravagantly gorgeous. My favorite room and part of the palace, is the hall of mirrors. Chandeliers hung all the way down the hall, and mirrors covered the entire side walls. As my friend Katie said, it is the perfect selfie room, as there is not a bad spot to take a selfie anywhere in the hall. After exploring the palace, we headed outside to the gardens. We definitely were at the palace in its off season. Many of ...
... so I stopped, turned around and flashed him my best, "Do not even think about messing with me because I am a bad mammajamma and can protect m'self." Instead of a houligan, my eyes met a very pleasant looking gentleman (read: hottttttie) that smiled politely. I realized he was walking his motorocylce and not stalking me. Then as I started to turn back on my path to begrudgingly return to the first night location, I spotted a dimly lit sign and ...
... lawns. We played Mille Bourne (fun popular French card game).
Dan and I had played this game when we were kids. Lauren and Cal loved it.
Mille Bornes ...
... and we happened to be strolling around the tower when there were all sorts of commotion and police flying up and making all of us civilians stand way back because some railway people were having a strike and protest of sorts and setting off smoke bombs and making a big scene. It was intense! We bought tickets for a double decker bus to take us all around town and stop at all of the interesting places. We got off here and there and looked around and managed ...