Hotel Chaplain Rive Gauche
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... do and it looks like they are trying to improve the area but it has not worked yet. We had lunch at a very nice place which was a bit of a surprise. Melody had a pizza, Dave had the Salmon penne and Ann had a blue cheese nut penne. We then caught a cab to Lafayette gallery; a massive store in the heart of Paris. Dave needed to buy some pants so we can go to the Moulin Rouge tomorrow night. The shop was very crowded with people lining up to get to ...
... toward the 14th to explore the Parc Montsouris with its laid-back atmosphere, brilliant sunshine, swans on the lake, and then to return to a relaxing glass of Pastis.
One last turn through the Place Monge Sunday market, a visit to the Gobelins Museum(free on the last Sunday as opposed to other museum that are free on the first Sunday) just across from ...
... go to McDonalds? (I guess.) Is McDonalds better in America than in Ireland? (It's pretty gross everywhere.) Do people really say 'like' a lot? (Like, a ton.)
I left the writing center feeling like a bit of celebrity myself, hopped on the 130 bus back to my new apartment in Clontarf and began another week of self-employment. Lots of changes from last year when I was just starting to settle in Barcelona, though it appears I still have an accent that is endearing to small ...
... the metro. Getting on wasn't bad until we realized there was a very loud argument happening between two men in our car. They continued to shout at one another until the metro stopped and then there was chaos! The car was packed and there was suddenly shoving and so I moved on to the platform to get out of the way. The one man also got off and the chaos stopped there, but it was a scary few seconds! We walked home after reaching our stop. ...
... to a tired pregnant woman and her annoyed husband from Texas!
The train ride back was easy and quick, then a bus ride over to the Louvre, where the weather was begging us to take off our shoes and walk barefoot in the grass lawns of the Louvre :) Check out the awesome photos of Heather and MD lounging in the grass. Got our schedule right tonight, the Louvre is open late so we slipped in with an hour and half until closing and caught some ...