Comfort Hotel Place du Tertre
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... early start the next day, having to be out the door and on our coach by 7am, so the getting to know everyone dinner didn’t last too long and we were home by about 9:30pm.
On Monday 21st we left Paris and headed south towards Lyon in Burgundy country, where we spent the night. On the way we stopped in Beaune to check out the first hospital, built 1443. Interesting audio self-guided tour, but ...
... We saw just a fraction of the seven point something hectares of sculptures, antiquities and art and we left pretty much saturated.
From there we went to lunch at Le Deux Magots, a highly recommended restaurant by a friend in Napier. Took us a while to find it but it was great when we did. The staff were all done up in tuxedos, the waiters had slicked down hair, white towel over one arm, and they spoke to you with such deference that ...
... from the top was, but believe me - it was gorgeous! The line to take the elevator back down felt like it took twice as long as the line to get up. After such a long day on our feet we were both beat. We somehow managed to drag ourselves back to the apartment and feel quickly asleep. A very successful day 2.
Day 3 of our trip was Sunday, which meant Conor had a football game to coach. We took the metro system to the game, but it took much longer than google maps had ...
... so we decided the dead would have to wait until another time. Back on the metro and North to Sacre Coeur. The kids’ first trip to a Cathedral (of quite a few on this holiday) and they were largely well behaved. There was a service in progress, so they had to be. I’m always astounded at the architecture built hundreds of years ago (although this was built in 1873 so not as old as the Pantheon or Notre Dame). ...
... I wouldn't take anything for granted again.
The next night, I FaceTimed Nick and he was showing me some of his father's things he had found. One was a coin with an Italian restaurant's name on it. I googled it and found that it was nearby. The next morning, I found the restaurant on my walk home from class in Piazza Santa Maria... literally down the street from my apartment. Small world. Rest in peace, Mr. Dummar.
Thursday afternoon, I was relieved that my midterm ...