Hotel Carladez Cambronne
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- Multilingual staff
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... in awe of it's history. We didn't the hunchback though ;)
When we got outside it was too hot to do anything but eat ice-cream so we did exactly that. We wondered around, ice-cream in hand and I felt like I was in a dream. Paris is one of those cities where you don't have to do anything to enjoy yourself and you can simply wonder around and take in the glorious sites.
Aaron had remembered a building he had seen on his first trip ...
... to bring you in. Cafe's, Creperies, Gelato and Bistros lining the streets with people eating outside facing the road all sitting under heat lamps. There was a square right at the bottom of the church where all the local artists hang out and sell their work. Everything was so beautiful, of course, but pretty expensive. Rob and I stopped in a bistro around the area and Rob had some really good French onion soup. I don't like it myself but I tried some and it was ...
... I was walking, I began to get hungry so I decided to stop at a market and buy food and have a picnic at the hotel. I wanted to try something different. It seemed it was the thing to do. I bought pasta, sandwiches, fruit, Christmas pie, and wine. Went back to the hotel and pigged out. Once I finished eating, I opened the window and let the fresh air in while I laid on the bed. When I woke up, it was 5am. I guess my body was exhausted and needed ...
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The next day was a sad one. We had to leave Paris. We took a pit stop in a place called Colmar. It was half French and half German which was really cool! Dr. Horcicka said that if you order a meal you would usually get a mix of the traditional foods for both France and Germany. I loved Colmar. I wish I could have stayed there longer. It was really small but the streets were so cute. I love the little streets!!! We only got to stay for an hour and a ...
... and buildings lit up and all the people on the banks enjoying the night after the storm, (a very mild night) was delightful. After the cruise we toured the streets of Paris with an informative commentary by Andy our tour director.
Next day up early to get to the Notre Dame early for a tour with our local guide Phillipe (Gary couldn't hear or understand him, so made it up :-)). On to a walking tour of the ...