Classics Hotel Parc des Expositions
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... time I resisted the urge to buy anything. We spent about 3 hours there, and then wandered around various parts of the market, it's really hot and muggy today, about 33C so most of us came back to the hotel about 3pm.
Been on a river cruise this evening with a beautiful dinner, lovely to see all those landmarks from the river, but it's an early night as first class tomorrow.
... br> After the Louvre we grabbed lunch from the neighborhood near the Notre Dame. We made our way over there originally with the intention of getting Fondue, but it didn't look as appealing as it had to us the day before when we went down this street of restaurants. Instead, we tried a Greek restaurant. It look questionable, but I thought Greek food sounded more appealing than a bucket of liquid cheese, so we went for it. The food was different than we anticipated - but it was good! ...
... station which has a 36 metre high spiral staircase followed be a number of additional flights of stairs. Once we get above ground we then need to climb yet another two sets of stairs to get to the church itself. I sound like a steam train when I get to the top but at least I made it without tripping or falling. Check the photos to see the last part of the staircase.
After some photos it was back to apartment for dinner and many bottles of ...
... was a chemist / pharmacist by the name of Nicholas Flamel. Now those who are harry potter freaks will apparently now this name as he is the alchemist out of the movie. We also got to see the Pompadeui (the modern art museum) and a number of little arcades where there are people who specialise in all sorts of ****. One guy is about 70 and he is an umbrella repair specialist for the rich and famous. Now you would have to put a fair bit of value on your umbrella to ...
... as chaotic as their driving – with multiple near collisions from people careering from one side to the other, not looking, not caring, etc etc…..but made it back safely (with no holes). Then some more walking to go to the Musee Marmottan Monet – a special gift for me to enjoy the reputed largest collection of Monet paintings anywhere in the world. Did not disappoint – with the huge gallery of his works (including a stack of ...