Hotel le Cardinal
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... There really are some wonderful people in the world. Note to self - don't give anything important to Mark for safe keeping!. Spent afternoon back in Paris where we walked the Champs Élysées and saw the Arc De Triomphe. A long , tiring and somewhat stressful day but a good one. Finished up next door to hotel at Cafe Primrose for delicious ...
... of Impressionism Giverny
dedicated to the history of impressionism and its continuation in the
Giverny art colony and along the valley of the river Seine.
The Hôtel Baudy was a center of artistic life in the Giverny heyday.
It is now still a café and restaurant, with period decoration.
... river cruise ships thee was another one of those beaches set up for kids. And can you believe it it actually was just opening. So another round on the boats, and a rope climbing type course was a great way to fill an hour. Quinn was amazing on the ropes no surprise as she is a good climber. The young people are always quote nice to children it is just as they get older and ...
... her size or smaller on them. I just have no idea how their system works? Probably the best ride Quinn and I didn't go on some sort of twirly boat ride, but the worst one we all waited for was the 4D adventure ride, just a movie about turtles and how humans are ruining the environment, awesome since it was all in French and really had to relation to the park, not like thee awesome it's a small world type of ride about bees. ...
... back to Paris. July 23rd- we decided to do another Paris Walk as they are so informative about places where you often walk past important sites unknowingly. This time we set off for Montmarte where our guide led us around the winding back streets . It's real village atmosphere was the location of many artist haunts such as Van Gogh, Toulouse Lautrec and Renoir. A vineyard remains and sells its small production at exorbitant cost. Lovely old houses and gardens ...