Comfort Hotel Paris-Bastille
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... refer to now as the most ridiculous story in my arsenal.
I'm sorry it was such a doozy, but holy hell I don't know if I could have explained it any shorter. We survived and lived to tell another day. With Copenhagen on the way, I can't wait to see my two good friends Anders and Kasper. Stay tuned for that adventure because it is bound to be tremendous. Love you all and thank you for staying loyal and reading these when you have time!
Peace and Love,
... are in honor of her. so imagine if I studied both, some of the same stories in their stained glass and the sculpture would be the same.
Another fascinating side note: before WWI and WWII CC removed all the stained glass panels; Each panel is 4foot square. They were hidden away and put back after each war, so they are the original.
My day was a quiet and emotional. I met two masters: the Cathedral and Malcolm. I had lunch at a little bistro. ...
... and write this blog. We had left the camera behind, so all photos were taken on the iPhone! Japanese take away for dinner and now listening to The Doors (Jim Morrison) greatest hits - a fitting end to another great day in Paris. Jeff, we've checked. There is no 49 rue de St Jacques!!! We crossed rue Saint-Jacque near the Sorbonne last night. It is not a red light district. Currently hearing the scream of the butterfly on the iphone. Our st Chapelle photos are stuck. Will post ...
... walk down to follow my directions. A block later I figured I was going the wrong way; normally this is not a huge deal but I do have that 40 pounds of luggage on my back. Once I was on the right streets the atmosphere was interesting. The main turn to get to the hotel was right at Moulin Rouge - looked like Las Vegas with all the seedy stores and shops along this street. I then marched up what seemed like a 30 degree incline and ...
... br> The main course was better - Jason had the Lamb and Amy had a Ceasar salad with HUGE slices of parmesan!
Jason met a nice Japanese couple and during dinner, they were remarking on the cool combo salt and pepper shaker (nothing extraordinary for us). The waiter ended up giving it to her and she actually cried she was so happy - who says Parisians are not friendly!!!
Amy's three daily French words were:
Merci- thank you