Quality Suites Bercy Bibliotheque
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... do some laundry, but which bottle is the laundry detergent. if all else fails resort to translate google. Lucky, because what I thought might be the bottle, turned out out to be floor cleaner. That could have been interesting.
Phil- I have found the french to be nice people, and happy to help with my very limited grasp of the language. The waiter was a prick, and I found it more amusing than an insult.
... the famous department store, Galleries Lafayette, we saw an older man begging but he had a small dog and a cat, both on leads, curled up very happily together with hundreds or thousands of people walking by during the day. It was quite a sight! However, on the next corner was an older man with a wind up organ, the sort you see with a monkey. No, no monkey but a content ginger cat, on a lead, eating and watching the fly on his food. We saw them again later ...
... I doubt I will be walking around at night but the metro is only 100 yards away so if I do, it will be a quick dash! The inside is quite nice. Much better than I expected and actually looks like the pictures! I am in a 6 bed room that has it's own private 2 bathroom and showers. Each bed has it's own charging station, night light, and a curtain! It is very clean and most importantly, AMERICANS!! Ahhhh to hear that wonderful accent! I will take pictures later ...
... some strange way I was rather proud of her. Like father like daughter.
I bought the shoes in San Jose just to take to Paris and feel all sharp. I guess they will have a sharp odor to them now.
**************************************< br> In other news that week, Carissa who was starting to go stir crazy with the kids in the house went out by herself with the kids for the first time (its quite the event with all that ...
... we explored the garden's many statues, before grabbing a chair each to chill under the trees. We passed a porcelain artpiece - a bridge? - of a Chinese artist (it had disappeared when we went back in early Dec). Much later, we arrived at the end of the Tuileries, past the fountains and basin with the gold sphere, and descended the steps to Place de la Concorde, the largest square in Paris.
The obelisk marks the former guillotine ...