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 …
... buy anything. (Having to haul all your "goods and chattles" around in your case for 3 months is a powerful incentive to keep purchases to a minimum!)
Day 12 &13 - Lucerne, Switzerland
The drive through the Italian Alps to Switzerland was beautiful and we really enjoyed our 2 nights in Lucerne. Although our hotel had its shortcomings, the location was excellent and we were just a stone's throw from Lake Lucerne and ...
... friendly service that we enjoyed before the walk back to our hotel. 1st Sep Today we walked to the Luxenbourg Palace & Gardens which are beautiful, with many colourful annuals in the ground & in large urns (a gardener was using a cherry picker to tend to the flowers in on of the urns while we were there), as well as several magnificent arcades of mature trees. The photos don't do it justice. Outdoor chairs were placed around the main ...
... the riverside stalls selling numerous goods.We found a cafe for lunch , as usual the food was lovely, with a view over Notre Dame.
We continued wandering until we reached the Jardiniere des Tuileries, where the Orangerie Gallery is, with beautiful exhibits of some of Monet's Water lilies series.On the ground level were more artists works, including Cezanne. It always seems surreal to be looking at the original ...
... we stood there waiting for our train, the same young man appeared, we said, hello again, and asked where he was headed. He said, Paris North....same place we were going! He was on holiday visiting a little town in the middle of France which was the end of some obscure rail line. Little did we know that we had run into "the Sheldon Cooper of Belgium!" He said, "I work for the train company in Belgium and I'm a bit of a train nut ...