Hotel Chateau Frontenac
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... effort put into the painting a was shown in the detail. Paul then took us to the Eiffel Tower it was spectacular. Paul then went and got us a takeaway meal and eat it in front of the Eiffel Tower. Paul was a delight to have we gave him a $100 Australian dollar tip for the wonderful day. We went back to our hotel for the night and had a beautiful dinner in the restaurant and rested for our next adventure.
The sun shone through the dark clouds for us.
... including driving in bus lanes and parking on the footpath. We also saw some police on roller blades.
The side walk cafés are very popular. Last night we had a lovely meal at the extra old inn just down the road. This was followed by desert from a local patisserie and lunch today was pizza.
Even in the rain today there was still a magic about this city. The lovely old buildings, glamorous shops and cafés certainly make it unique.
... events lead to the beginning of the French Revolution and the beheading of King Lois XVI and his wife, Marie Antoinette. The palace was then occupied by the government and has become a museum and now houses some big events and balls. After looking through the palace we ventured into the garden, hiring a buggy to travel through it. We even bumped into some of our Canadian friends that we met in Edinburgh randomly. ...
... They try to distract you while another person attempts to pickpocket you. At Notre Dame my friend Devon tried to scare me by pulling at my bag and I turned around and almost hit her. So it's probably a good thing no one tried because apparently my reflex is to hit.
SNCF is the train company that just so happened to go on strike while we were in Paris. They were canceling ...
... 3. He brought over whipped cream and regular cream and I used both! It was so yummy!
After lunch, and after the disappointing Monet exhibit, I went in search of more adventure. What did I find, you ask? We'll! I'm glad you asked ;). I found Roman statues... Rooms and rooms of them and then I stumbled upon this great area of medieval art- you know, armoire and weapons... Me like that room:). Then you can also go down, not to the basement, but to a place that ...