Hotel Croix De Malte
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... Caesar Salad. I believe the iced chocolate was quite good too, although Xander refused to share!
By the time we found our way back to the central area under the glass pyramid we were overloaded on amazing art, and decided to call it a day. By this stage it was nearly 4pm, so we set off on the lower level to find the inverted pyramid (via the gift shop), and then the metro station to come back to the apartment and process all we'd ...
lightened up tower. I was so disappointed, this is suppose
to be one of the main attractions in Paris. Instead I met
two homeless junkies, one of theme spoke Swedish and
we shared a bottle of wine =).
After a hell of long walk I passed by Louvren and guess
what? It was dark. Serious! Are they trying to save energy
or is it the financial crises. What about the street lights,
they are turned on but not the famous glass pyramid. Lol!!
... when I say gold, I'm pretty sure it's real gold. Before dinner, it is time for Marianne to go. Not too sad of an occasion, since she is moving to the bay before I even return. Soon I will be seeing her a lot! Yippee! Though I must reiterate, it was wonderful spending time with her in Paris. After dinner, and another chocolate mousse, we turn in for the night knowing we must awake early for Versailles. Time to go see what extreme wealth and power can get you! Goodnight ...
... at the top of the Entrance into Hell. I had said we had seen the Entrance into Hell at the D'Orsay but it was the clay model that we had seen, this is the actual work
Finally I had mentioned that we had moved into a new room that gave us a better view of the Eiffel Tower so I am attaching a picture of that room view. Tomorrow we will be visiting the last planned museum The Louvre.
This morning we watched Parisienne life go by from the window of a patisserie where the Mille-feulle was splendid. The waiters in Paris have style and our waiter was complete in suit and tie, responding very politely to our requests.
Notre Dame Cathedral was on my bucket list and it turned out we could enter free of charge and with no queue to speak of. Awesome in ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility