Hotel Odeon Saint-Germain
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... a crowd of people out there, and they’re clapping their hands high in the air.”
“BRAVO, BRAVO, BRAVO!” they cheer.
I look up from the floor, and see John standing totally exposed to the crowd, smiling, and waving. I grab his hand and pull him down on the carpet with me.
“What are you doing?” I screech. “We’re going to be arrested for indecent exposure!”
Our busy day starts off with a stroll up Champs-Élysées, which is a major shopping street with high end stores such as Louis Vuitton and Monte Blanc, to the Arc de Triomphe and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. We have a nice lunch at a cafe near our hotel. From there we take the metro to Concorde and walk east along the Seine River towards the Musee d'Orsay, which houses many paintings and sculptures by Claude Monet, Van Gogh, and Gustave Courbet. We stay at ...
... sound like he's selling his services! We hopped back on the Metro to head towards home, stopping off near Notre Dame to look for the "Lock Bridge". Found many bridges and fences with locks attached, not sure we found THE one, but one we did find covered with zillions of padlocks had had (graffiti covered) boards attached to all sections blocking view of the locks, possibly to keep the sides of the bridge from falling off due to the weight of ...
... near the Arc, so a short stagger down the hill and our day was done. Not sure how far we walked but it was a bit of a hike. The kids did a super job with only a few minor biffos over whose turn it was in the stroller. The next day - Monday - we headed for the Louvre in the morning. Jo's 4th trip to Paris but she had never been to the Louvre before. Again, the stroller took us past the queue (we can dump it now) and we were soon battling the hordes for a squiz ...
Well there is no show without punch, and apparently I cannot arrive in Paris without drama. After a series of very long flights, Ethihad have kindly misplaced my luggage! Im beginning to think Paris really doesn't like me.
The flights were pretty good. Flew Virgin to Perth, had two spare seats beside me, normally I'd think great, stretch out and get some shut eye....that doesn't really work when one is at the very beginning of an adventure. ...