Euro Sovereign St Denis Hotel Paris
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... There was so much happening in all areas of the city today, we saw a mass of skateboard riders taking off through the city, a marching band just getting around town, some sort of village festival along canal St Martin and all sorts of other things. All in all it ended up being a busy day on foot and on the metro traversing the city of lights, so we finished off with a aperitif (aka dinner cos we really didn't feel like going out again for dinner) in our ...
... etc.) used to meet. After that we made our way down into the shopping district and we walked through Galleries Lafayette which was a very large and absurd shopping complex. After that we went by another less fancy place with roses hanging from the ceiling. After that we went to H&M which is a very good clothing store and each bought ...
... from Provence now living in Paris. In describing how difficult it was for governments to make decisions in France due to the variety of points of view he noted former President Charles de Gaulle once mentioned how difficult it was to lead a nation that had 329 different cheeses! We are now on the road to Dijon, a nice journey through the ...
Up early and into it. Just listening to the bells of Notre Dame chiming in the background. What will we see today? Today we started our day walking down towards La Seine and then walked along for a while until we crossed a bridge that I thought was the love lock bridge but it turns out there are a few love lock bridges in Paris. We hopped on the hop on, hop off bus and travelled to the Arc ...
... The best were the gardens, however; cool, quiet, huge--exactly where Rodin's large bronze pieces could be surveyed, individually, from all sides. There is a long central vista, the Hotel at one end and a fountain and plaza at the other, with side alleys. Karen is right--that's the place to experience Rodin. After soaking all this in, we completed our trek around Napoleon's Tomb to return to our Rue Cler neighborhood. We still hadn't had crepes, so sat and enjoyed ...