Hotel Carladez Cambronne
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... day in gay Paris is just icing on the cake. I'll window shop, gallery hop, eat, look, sigh, click, walk and be fabulously exhausted for the fight home tomorrow night then, ...hopefully sleep. Unless some little gem of an adventure pops up, I'll tell my Paris story in pics. You ...
... despite them being a fairly relaxed entry into the country, and being hard core neutralists (which is debatable once we learnt that they were the nazis bankers in WWII), they are quite a defensive (or paranoid as the trip leader said) country. We saw this for ourselves with the huge military aircraft show being held as we drove through one of the towns - including 8 jets doing formation flying! Despite not having a ...
... have been a dead giveaway.
The Louvre was just as stunning in real life as I had expected. From the enormous glass pyramid in the middle of the courtyard, which serves as the entrance to the museum underneath, the line of people who already had tickets stretched around the pyramid and up to the passageway that leads to the central courtyard. There was a sign at the end of the line, saying that the current wait to get in was an hour. I decided that when I ...
... as an official document, and yes I have a copy for my records. Finally 3 of the plain clothes officers drove us back to the hotel. It was past 1 am and we were exhausted. What a crazy night. Could have been worse. No one was injured but I do have a great story to tell! How was your Saturday night? PS: my iPhone is full of pictures so the pics I have of the last 2 days in Paris are on a digital camera and I am unable to add any to the blog until I download them at home. Sorry. Just ...
... sticks; at three Euro for a half hour, we couldn’t resist, and Elias and Olivia got to learn a little bit about how to position a sailboat in relation to the wind.
After the Jardin de Luxembourg we went back and had some dinner, then headed back out around 9PM for the Eiffel Tower. We arrived just as it was getting dark, took a look, then descended the steps of the Trocadero and crossed the Seine to pas under the tower. On the other side ...