Quality Suites Bercy Bibliotheque
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We got here rather later in the evening. Daniel showed us where the subway was and then sent us on our way. My group put our things in our rooms then met in the lobby to go eat. We ate at a place called The Frog and British Library.
After dinner we went back to the hotel, after grabbing some beers, and played some cards then went to bed.
... and amazingly we enjoyed Sunday Mass which was quite awe inspiring even for us Heathens. This Church took 180 years to build and was started in 1160 but almost destroyed in the revolution before restoration began again. It is incredible how this was built without the luxury of our modern day equipment. I have no idea how the did the columns, the immense roof and stained glass windows.
So, our free tour which is given by enthusiastic students who ...
... took it away into the kitchen to cook while we waited for the final results to eat. Each cooking class in each country so varied and so tasty!
This French class was arranged through Viator tours. It said there could be as many as 8 people in the class. When we asked Chef Dominique how often he does this, he said during the high season, he did it every ...
... While we were standing outside looking at our map and looking very touristy some Romanian Gypsy tried to scam us with a, "Look, I found this gold ring next to you, it must be yours! . . . No? . . . Well, keep it for your beautiful wife! . . . By the way, for all my help do you have a few Euros for a cup of coffee?" We figured out the with about one Euro in change ...
Another all night flight drops me off in Paris. I was through customs by 9am. With my next flight not due to leave until 3pm, I figured I would just power on and see some sites.
Being ever the contrarian, the Eifel tower, Arc De Triumph and Notre Dame weren't on the list. I took several trains. Some by mistake, I admit, and checked out the 19th Arrondissement. Which they say is the next big thing.
It took several wrong trains to get there ...