Comfort Hotel Andre Latin
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What is it with these hotels and their stupid donnas! I have yet to find anyone who likes them unless maybe they are in the snow- without air-conditioning! I am sure it is just for the convenience of the hotel... There should be a mutiny! Well, anyway tonight the donnas are being extracted from their covers! Fortunately as I always travel with a blanket.... I will be able to adjust the temperature again.
So up we got at 6 am, ...
... A car drove on the wrong side of the road and pushed it nose in between our car and the bus. After a few moments of channeling my inner North Jersey attitude, I relented. The reward was finding our apartment. It is across the street from Notre Dame and in the heart of shops and small cafes, a perfect spot for a short stay in Paris.
Our first full day began with Saint Chapelle and the amazing stained glass windows. Next, we climbed the steps (the first of many sets) to the ...
... just how difficult it is. We must have climbed two hundred stairs and ascended...well, I don't even know if I could hazard a guess as to the actual height. But was it ever worth it! These cobbled streets are so full of life and beauty, and it seems they all lead to the vantage point surrounding Sacre-Cœur Cathedral. It's not the oldest church, or the biggest, but it was still a stirring visit. We walked through the nave in silence ...
... Kings Louis XIV, XV, and XVI. It is said to be the finest chateau in all of Europe, the one to visit if you only can visit one. To us, opulent, over-the-top, and self-indulgent came to mind. No wonder there was a revolution.
After returning to Paris from aristocratic la-la land, we headed to the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysees. We climbed the 284 spiral staircase steps to the top of the Arc for a sunset ...
... woman at the ticket counter. I think she charged me twice for my Metro ticket, but I'll deal with it later. After that it was a bit more difficult, but I did end up finding my way to the virtual alley that Frenchie is located in and spotted the Googlers at a corner table in the back. Or should I say heaven?
Once I got a menu, I chose some wine and took some suggestions from the others who had been here before. They said this is good and that ...