Hotel de Notre Dame "Maitre Albert"
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... going out Fontainebleau about an hour from Paris by train, then 15 minutes in a bus. Should take us all day to look through the 1500 rooms the Chateau has and to stroll around the 130 acres of parklands, lakes and gardens. We've all previously visited Louis' place at Versailles, so thought we would check out another excessively over-the-top display of the Parisan aristocracy way of life. Roger wants to see Marie Antoinette's "Turkish Boudoir"...........hope he doesn't ...
Despite some less-than-stellar beginnings, this trip is off to a good start.
When I arrived at the Detroit Airport, Gate A54 was decorated with balloons and streamers. I had no idea what was going on, but I already liked it -- later on I was reminded that I was flying to Paris on Bastille Day and, to celebrate, they provided us cheeses, breads, and pastries.
Most of this day was unfortunately spent, however, in the Paris airport. My flight landed ridiculously early -- ...
... ride to get to Paris. Not shabby!
We arrived at the Paris EST train station about 1pm on Saturday. From there, we were to catch an RER train that would take us directly to the stop where our hotel was. Unfortunately for us, we became very confused trying to locate the RER station. We legit walked up and down the same flight of steps three different times trying to locate the station. Needless to say, things were not as clearly marked as we found them to be in London. Once ...
I have to admit the idea for this mid-life adventure started six months ago when I read an article in the Travel section of the New York Times by Stephanie Rosenbloom entitled "Solo in Paris." She began the article . . ..
" Some go to La Coupole, the 87-year-old Art Deco brasserie in Montparnasse, to commune with friends; others, to dine with ...
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Norte Dame....also big but no comparison to the Duomo in Milan. Very dark inside. So much so that even the big stained glass windows seem to have the light sucked out of them.
The Louvre.....laid out in an enormous horseshoe..is so much larger and massive in scale that I doubt my ability to convey to you the proper image. There are a number of named wings made of of truly ...