Best Western Hotel Victor Hugo
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We packed our bags ready to leave at lunch time today. We went down and enjoyed our last breakfast, we had had a busy, but productive visit to Paris. We didn't need to be out of our rooms until midday so we could sort ourselves out at our leisure. Diane and I went back up to our room, cleaned our teeth and finished packing our bags. We decided to …
... to see everything, we focused on art works we knew including Degas, paintings and brass sculptures, Van Gogh, Renoir, Monet, Ruebins, etc. Overwhelming collection.
... every way the wind blew. I ended up at a strange hardware store I thought was a mall. After a wander through I headed back on the streets and ended up at the sex district or red light area right by Moulin Rouge. They had some interesting stuff but I didn't think my friend needed a pink Eiffel Tower shaped (fill in the blank here you can use your imagination)....so I headed in a different direction and came upon some very cute ...
... off the mountain it was off to Notre Dame...the Parisians sure know how to build, there are not enough adjectives to describe this church, the history and age associated with it for us little Aussies is hard to comprehend. Rumour has it the crown of thorns is displayed at Notre Dame and it was pointed out to us and no photos the guide said, rubbish says Alan and clicked away at the churches most prized possession.
We had lunch at a very typical cafe ...
... the life that there is to be lived when kids are not around that we've completely forgotten about.
So with that nice start, for the rest of our time here we've been going out on date nights every chance we can. 2 weeks later when we tried it we got a little more adventurous, we went to the Louvre, followed by dinner. Its easy to forget how quickly one can move without kids!
Over the six weeks or ...