Hotel du Parc Saint Charles
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... bye, Sanjay invited us to join him at one of his hotels for breakfast the next morning.
The Gay Pride Parade was certainly crowded with enthusiastic participants as well as spectators but it seemed to lack the organization and the lively pace we witnessed when we were in Stockholm a few years ago. Maybe the Gay Pride movement is mellowing as society becomes more accepting.
The Carnaval Paradise encompassed body-wrenching drum beats ...
... many hours in some of the major galleries, including Musee D'Orsay, Centre Pompidou, Musee D Arts Moderne. During our time in Paris we also walked many of the famous spaces such as the Trocadero and the Champs-Élysées. We also paid a visit to our old stomping ground of visits passed, Montmartre. We even had dinner in Montmartre at one of the restaurants we ...
... just to name a few. I really enjoyed being able to recognize a lot of paintings all the way back from my AP European history class in high school, thank you Mr. Christian! We were only able to stay for about an hour, because we still had to make it to the EIFFEL TOWER! I could see it glowing in the background from outside the Louvre, and sparkling every hour on the hour, and unconsciously I let out a little kid shriek. A childhood dream of seeing the tower was about to ...
... in French until we got stuck then they would revert to English. I didn't feel too confronted with this, and all in all they were really fun conversations. A little daunting sometimes, but I learned so much French from it. Surely in the end that's the whole point of travelling! I can imagine those ignorant tourists speaking English and expecting an English reply, only to be spoken to in French (shock horror) would then feel that the French are snobby. Though ...
... storm was on its way and got home and sorted our stuff out ready for the next days travels to Amsterdam. In our room a lovely lady offered us a world famous macaron, which she lined up 2 hours for and we sampled the delicious raspberry flavour. The macaron was so soft and moist yet crispy at the same time it was amazing and our mouths were throwing parties at the first taste.
Cue more sniffing/snorting and snoring and that’s how the rest of the night unfolded.
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