Washington Paris Hotel
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Well I don't know what happened to us but we slept really late today - BJ even later than I which is one for the record book. And, it rained - bummer! Took subway to the Louve which was an absolute zoo. That place is huge - it would take days to go through it all! We managed to see the Mona Lisa & BJ fought his way thru the mob to take a picture of it - I just stood at the ...
... job of organising our previous travels, I suggested that Simone take the opporunity to go shopping for the afternoon (which she had left off the list, but I was pretty certain should have been on there) and I'd sort out the program for the next couple of days. Reluctantly, Simone agreed and headed off for "an hour or so". She came back around dinner time! Dinner was had at one of the numerous little bistros within walking distance of the hotel.So, the thing about restaurants ...
... that his was the pre-eminent chess store in Paris. I thought the two floor-to-ceiling bookshelves with strategy books were plenty, but he directed my attention to the opposite wall, where there were four more! We pointed out old, slanted rooflines and tiny windows atop centuries-old buildings.
I bought tiny amounts of creme fraiche, or cheese, or salami, or fruits, or bread from the best-looking store in the street. On Boulevard St Germain, we stumbled upon ...
... interesting sights in the process……I guess that's what we have been doing over the last couple of days, which has led us into areas like bastille….hotel de villi (a beautiful spot because of the Hotel but also the pretty little streets & laneways surrounding it)
& the rooftop of the spectacular department store Printemps where we were able to take ...
Tuesday, September 9
As usual, the flight was hard. Sleepless night, crowded plane. I tried to get in a French mood by watching Grace of Monaco, a new movie with Nicole Kidman.
Sitting next to me was an American woman on her first-ever airplane trip, traveling to Jordan to be married. Her fiancÚ is a doctor, and they plan to marry right away, since of course they can't live together in a Muslim ...