Hotel de l'Exposition - Republique
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... in the touristy area. They even charged for the water, which no other place has done so far. 6.80 euro for tap water! That's the same price as the Coke I ordered. Ridiculous!
One last stop today at the Arc again. I wanted to get some pictures of it lit up and we decided to go up to the top again. Matthew took the stairs but Renee and I took the elevator. It's really supposed to be for old or injured people, but we were hobbling so it ...
... we didn't get to see the Rome or Paris catacombs, oh well, there's next visit. We got outdoors at about 11.30am, had our last croque Madame for brunch. Sitting in the cafés people watching has been such a pleasure. So many peoples routine has been to buy a short baguette in a paper bag, some people not waiting to get it to home or the office before breaking off an end to nibble on as they walk. Although the temperatures are still very warm and in the mid twenties, they wear ...
... Cité des Sciences and park at la Villette that, until 30 years ago, was the main meat slaughtering area of Paris. The rooms are tiny but comfortable—the beds are no longer lumpy! I’m sharing a king bed with Brandon, so we will see how that pans out… After checking in, we briefly explored the area around where we’re staying before leaving for dinner.
We went to a ...
... at a premium as Parisiennes read, write, talk and play. It seemed that everyone was at rest - the sun was shining, the day was benign and the sunlight hours long. We sat and shared the experience on a park bench near the lake. A police band was playing in the rotunda and it was a packed house, many afficionados having settled in a seat before lunch. We walked the circumference of the garden and then caught a bus to the Botanic Garden - the Jardin ...
... sign, anyway.
We had our final dinner in Paris at "La Maison Blanche" a little place on the Left Bank, just off the Pont Neuf, but alas, did not see Obama dining there. Javi had his first meat fondue, which he loved, I had a fantastic French onion soup and boeuf bourgignon, Vero had whitefish and a salad and Tony had a crepe de jambon. We all left happy, needless to say.