Comfort Hotel Gennevilliers
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... Sacré Coeur to view the inside. However, being open later, this experience we had to share with larger crowds, which makes the visit less enjoyable. We didn't stay too long, opting to go walking in the warmer evening air instead.
We headed back down into the Montmartre neighborhood to walk along the small pedestrian streets, still aglow with the light of Christmas decorations and reflections caused by the morning's rain. ...
... T. tourist, C. chic, ,etc. No chic today, they all look quite workaday. Then we returned to watch on TV the french deal or no deal to "practice our numbers". The pintade was perfect. Stronger in flavour than chicken, like rooster but still tender. It was accompanied by the Brouilly beaujolais (gamay) that we bought from La Belle Hortense and finished with cheese and baguette, slices of orange and tea. School ...
... as found Midsummer Murders on the TV for me too....he, he!!!!! Hope you all have had a lovely weekend, please give our love to Nana when you see her next. Our love, prayers & blessings are with you all. Mum & Dad (Mamar & Grandad) etc....... Monday 22nd September -day 2 of tour We have had a good day & are now on the Scenic Emerald in Chalon - Sur Saone Pier. I have misplaced my card reader so unable to download today's photos for you to see. Am working on the problem. ...
... arriving here in the station, right in the heart of Paris. The museum is mostly art from the Impressionist period and there was currently an exhibit of Carpeaux’s sculptures.
Side note that I jotted down while in the museum:
I've never been a huge fan of paintings, I've enjoyed my fair share of museums and can appreciate the art, it's just never been my cup of tea. However, today, as I wander through the ...
... stay. We headed first to the Louvre, about a half hour walk from where we are staying through passages that were built in the 19 century as shopping arcades. Great way to keep out of the rain. The streets are very narrow with footpaths only meant for one person. Initially Paris seemed quite disappointing. Narrow streets, dirty buildings. The Palace Royal seemed neglected until we hit the Louvres area and the streets were pure chaos. Cars, buses, people everywhere and ...