Central Hotel Paris
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...Well, that went okay.
Optimism was unconfined as we set off on our Euro 2016 odyssey. For us London-based supporters, a tournament in France meant that we could get there by train. And so Sunday morning, St. Pancras International was seemingly overrun with green-clad denizens of the London Irish ex-pat community …
... and we have seen most of the highlights - I had a few things I wanted to do for sure - view the Tower from Trocadero, go into St Chapelle and go into Galleries Lafayette so I could see the amazing stained glass ceiling.
So after resting for a bit, off we went. We walked down towards Eiffel, over to Invalides, over to Pont Alexander III (such a beautiful bridge), over by the Grand Palais - oh - one ...
... for sashiko and hand quilting, have put a photo in, but am sure Robyn will want to stock them (if not already).
Boutis – is a Provençal word meaning “stuffing”. Unlike Italian trapunto, no slits ...
... James and Sarah fed them! We have very fun pictures of our trip, including these relaxing moments. The next adventures had us going in different directions. Sarah and James hadn't seen the Rodin Museum yet so they headed that way while Rick and I went to visit Sacre Cœur. Our first metro ride was successful. After we figured out how to buy tickets, we decided to exit at Gar du Nord. I've always enjoyed seeing the insides of train stations. Gar de Nord was a ...
Today was the coldest (9 degrees this morning!) and later the dampest day so far so we thought an indoor activity was a good choice. We walked to the Galleries Lafayette which is near the Opera House - in Rick Steeves book he suggests going up to the top floor and then walking a short flight of stairs to the rooftop for some great views, so we did! Although it was a grey day, we could still get quite ...