Hotel Chatillon Paris Montparnasse
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Great Hotel in a quiet neighbourhood! Close to transit and grocery stores .
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Just got back from the City of Lights after a 12 year hiatus.Good to see some of best things in life don't change.....they still have happy hour!!!
The first day was wet and cold (are we still in Vancouver!!??) and we spent the better part of an hour searching for our hotel,which was fun (NOT!)
After a nappy(buissiness …
... originally laid out in the 1600's and was attached to the Luxembourg chateau. When we first entered the garden gates, we walked a bit down the gravel path, hearing music but not knowing where the musicians were. Then we found a beautiful leafy grove with a bandstand and a large, full orchestra playing beautiful pop/classical music. Next to the grove of trees and bandstand was a café so ...
... there was to see). We also visited the Museč d'orsay. Not having a deep appreciation for art, I found it hard to truly "analyze" paintings or find ones that "spoke" to me (as I was told to try and do). However by the end of the visit there, I was actually surprised by how interesting I found some of the paintings and how much time I actually spent inside the museum.
We ended our weekend in Paris with a ...
... Oh...and they propped my legs up nice and high. So there is an ambulance waiting for me when we land. She takes my vitals. I'm only going to put them in here cuz I know some of my awesome nurses are reading this blog too. Pulse was 120 and oxygen saturation was 90ish. She recommended that I go to the hospital but we decided that there wasn't anything the hospital could do except make me late. So we declined and headed on our merry way after about an hour or medical attention. Forgot ...
... the French love these types of roads) to the Garden des Tuleres.
The Garden des Tuleres are just in front of the Louvre and are very beautiful too!! They have set up chairs (as they have around a lot of the French Gardens) around the fountain and lots of people just meet and hang out, read, etc. It looked like a great way to spend time - but I didn't have my book with me and we still had thing to do!! It was 5pm by then and Darren thought that we could (if still ...