Hotel Odeon Saint-Germain
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... away the key. In Paris we found bridges over the Seine so covered with locks the railings are sagging under the weight, even though local officials periodically cut off the locks.
First stop was Sainte-Chapelle, a Gothic Medieval church built in 1248 to display the Crown of Thorns worn by Jesus. The interior is dominated by the stained glass and every inch of the wall surface is richly colored and decorated.
... far reaches of the property which left us red in the face and exhausted but with 5 minutes to spare we made it in time. The tour was fabulous we learnt so much and saw so much and we were, for the most part, away from the tremendous crowds. After the tour we went through the Hall of Mirrors - wow!!!! and then we made our way slowly back to the apartment willing our legs to move forward... totally exhausted.
Sitting here downing ...
Today we made the trip from Munich to Paris...involving 6 trains and a lot of patience.
Jack did a great job!
Jim traveled from Toronto to Paris as well - involving navigating his route in Paris despite a train strike.
We finally met up at about 5:30pm at the Pasteur Metro station.
Jack was so excited he could barely stand up straight while we waited for ...
... as a sort of "holiday house" for Louis XIV, and then became a bit of a home for parts of his extended family. I wish I could afford a holiday home like it, even just to rent! The rooms were very light and airy, and as it is all on one level, it is still beautiful, but doesn't feel quite as formal as the main palace.
I then made my way over to the "Petit Trianon" which is well known for being Marie-Antoinette's domain, but it was actually designed to be the home of Louis ...
... our hotel for a spot of people watching (with Magnums) from our balcony. We then wandered down to the pedestrian streets below our hotel for some dinner. So many restaurants to choose from. It's really just pot luck as to whether or not the one you pick is any good. It was lovely to have no pressures of group travel with schedules and timetables. We went to bed without setting an alarm for the first time in ages. Cheers from Paris, Diane and ...