Comfort Hotel Davout Nation
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... where we saw countless masterpieces, Van Gogh, Cezanne, Renoir, Degas, Monet, Manet, Seurat, Rodin and others!! Once again we were struck by our lack of talent! We were just exiting when we realized we had not seen Whistler's Mother, so we hurried back in, only to discover that she was in Japan!! Oh, well, maybe next time!! After lunch at a little outdoor cafe Dad and I walked to the Madeline Church, and then on to see the Arch to Triumph to pay our respects to the tomb of the ...
... Nevertheless, we had a very enjoyable time. Keely’s dad was funny — after an hour at the Louvre he remarked, “well, I don’t think I need to add a trip to China to my travel agenda, I’ve already seen all of their people here!”.
Our next stop was the Arc d’Triomphe (another beautiful place, but also quite popular), and were thankful that they have an elevator which allowed our parents to avoid the 280+ steps to the top, and share ...
... in front of the Louvre. We found ourselves enjoying the fresh air and sunshine as we walked within the park or had a lunch at one of the outdoor cafés. One of the lunch times we visited the gardens a large
community fun run was taking place through the park. We enjoyed joining in the fun as spectators and cheer squad the runners past by our vantage point.
... top was beautiful. For lunch we popped into a hole in the wall and enjoyed a croque monsieur (Alex’s favorite French meal) and the best onion soup I have ever had. Our next stop for the day was the Louvre. Only once we arrived it was pouring rain! We decided to wonder around the mall the subway conveniently let into and discovered the underground entrance to the Louvre- this random location of fancy shops and food courts suddenly made sense! Once inside ...
... and it also effected my jaw by giving me a massive jaw ache as well. So what ended up happening for the majority of the day was mainly sleeping on and off because the headache was taking so much out of me. So I originally woke up at 9 and was awake until 10, after that I went back to bed and slept until about 3pm, had a cup of teased an Advil and then went back to ...