Hotel Croix De Malte
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... then took a subway back to the hotel. There were barricades up in the street in front of our hotel for a demonstration. Midwives were demonstrating.
We relaxed and then got ready to head out to dinner. We took a cab to an area looking for a wine bar, but ended up at a Scottish Pub – The Highlander, which was fun. Before we walked in, we got to see a Parisian peeing in the street. The two folks behind the bar were good to talk ...
... flights and other than a quick passport check, there was no real immigration and no Customs. I’m pretty sure all the movies got it wrong! We must be nuts in the US!
From what I was told, Europe is different. There are many countries in close proximity and people just travel more freely.
The airport was really very lovely and I had my first Café’ Americano and we split a croissant in Paris!
On to Barcelona! ...
... Musee Zadkine, a Russian Impressionist whose museum was right next door to our apartment and then to bed. Up early to be picked up by our driver to get to Charles de Gaulle airport and home. Arriving home approximately 14 hours later, via Minneapolis. Brian picked up the four of us in Sarah and John's BMW. Good to be home with fond memories of all the places we stayed, the places we visited and the people we met.
The Intrepid Travelers.
... and comes home with a few bags full of Parisian goodies. How do we spend our last night in Paris.... we head to the Champ De Mars for a dinner picnic of French cheese, nibbles, Veuve and beers to watch the Eiffel Tower light show. We see the hawkers trying to on sell bottles of wine to tourists get done by French cops which was pretty funny. The French Camembert is amazing, so creamy and delicious. We see the light show a couple of times and we all agree its ...
We woke late to a drizzly morning in Paris and all a little worn from our massive day yesterday, it's not very often the little man sleeps in past nine o’clock. We headed on down to a nice little patisserie to get our fill of bread product and coffee before taking a long walk to find our hop on hop off bus.
We found a big open area with some fountains and the Obelisque thanks to Sariest our reliable Paris scout. We hoped on the open air ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility