Grand Hotel Amelot
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... is actually an outlier in that respect. Although cars don't really stop for pedestrians here, we might have better luck knowing which way to look, at the very least. However, I also noticed the city has a lot of graffiti and litter, which I thought was unfortunate. Theft is also more common here, so we're all doing out best to take extra precautions. It's been good peace of mind to have a bag that locks. ...
... the Bastille and went to the wonderful markets that stretch for blocks and are a mixture of amazing food and produce and clothes and antiques etc etc! Many Parisians buy their food and clothing here, its not a market designed for tourists so incredible to watch it in action!
... was unable to come close because of some difficulty. All the staff seemed to be running here and there, gesticulating but nothing seemed to get going. By 7pm they did board us and we got into the first course immediately. We cruised up to the Eiffel Tower and back. It was just getting dark and the tower put on a light show of blinking lights just as we passed.
by 9.30 we were back home and tired but ready for the next day
... salad, cole slaw, and artichokes, I ventured to Carnavalet, the museum of Paris. While I have become quite comfortable on the Metro, it also helps navigating the city that when one comes out of the station popular sites are well marked. The museum was just a few blocks and I realized this seems to be a real
Parisian neighborhood in which actual Parisians shop. There were very nice boutiques and I Thought I glimpsed a Loft sign but not exactly Louis Vutton ...
... pieces, then Jean-Louis David's depictions of Naopleon (each a little ironic - wonder if he noticed?)
The trick with the Louvre is to not to stand still for too long admiring a piece as a members of Chinese tour groups will dive in front of you to take photographs. We really didn't take any photos inside as it just seemed better to drink in the glory. No photo could capture the experience anyway. Some moments in life just can't be ...