Citadines Maine Montparnasse Paris
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... dinner, we went over to the Arc de Triomphe so I could continue my mini tradition of going there on my first night in Paris for each trip.
The next morning we slept till 9, woke up extremely sore all over, and then got up and went to Versailles to see the palace. While walking there I found the cafe where I had lunch last time I was there over five years ago! So crazy! With it being the offseason, there were such few people there that we ...
... in. It was beautiful. I ened up eating lunch with Lee, Jim, Steve & Jeannie (from Boston); Sharon from, Sarasota, and Debra from Oakland. We ate off the lunch menu. I had roasted chicken with mashed potatoes. sounds boring but it wasn;t. Excellent. Then I had a floating Island for dessert. Which is like an angel food cake in a dish of grand marnier I think. Very light and tasty. After lunch we all went our separare ways.
My intention was ...
... order here is what we remember seeing at the Louvre.
The Seated Scribe Sculpture (Egyptian)
Venus de Milo Sculpture (Greek)
Winged Victory of Samothrace Sculpture (Greek) Pythokritos (?)
Apollo of Piombino Sculpture (Greek)
Diana of Versailles Sculpture (Greek)
Virgin and Child from the Sainte-Chapelle Sculpture (Ivory)
Apollo Sauroctonos (Apollo Lizard-killer) Sculpture (Roman)
Marcellus as Hermes Logios ...
... so she got the Nutella and banana while Tyler opted for the savory sausage, cheese and egg. Both were delicious and the perfect start to our first full day in Paris.
We turned our compass towards Notre Dame and actually waited in a relatively long line to go inside. Fortunately the line moved quickly and we were able to take some good pictures of the amazing church. We stumbled upon an English band playing in the gardens behind Notre ...
... in a small car stop near a car spot that seemed smaller than the car Itself. To our utter disbelief, this person decides he is going to park there anyway. So, he backs in and straightens, backs again, touching the car behind him and then wiggles in a bit more and then proceeds to hit the front and back cars on no less than three occasions each until he had secured his car into the spot. He would have marked his car at both the front and back and marked the other two cars as well ...