Grand Hotel Amelot
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... available (which is probably the most important part of the place anyway). This was definitely the first time I almost felt homesick… all of the same sculptures here are back home at Stanford. I saw the Gates of Hell, just as it is at Cantor Arts Center, and the six men as well. They’re just as beautiful at Stanford as they are here.
I had a great time wandering the garden, sitting in the shade, and ...
... Notre Dame. On the menu for lunch Crepe, Escargot, confit duck, more beer. After no sleep and a 30 hour day thanks to a 6 hour time difference, we are completely exhausted. Abel is basically sleep walking, but i sit down to walk old family videos of old holidays in France with the family. Been at least 12 years since i have been here last, so times have changed.
Day 2: After 13 hours sleep (with a aid of a sleeping tablet just to make ...
... Matre so we were near the train station for the Eurostar in the morning. We spent the afternoon wandering the tiny streets filled with stalls, cafes, artists etc. Climbed jet more steeps go Sacre Coeure which was beautiful, light and bright in contrast to Notre Same. Finally we took the metro back to the Eiffel Tower for a bit before climbing our five floors of spiral stairs to collapse in our mezzanine floor ...
... was the same one we had Wednesday night and he remembered us so that was nice. All the food vendors and waiters and waitresses were very friendly and helped us to pronounce the French words. Everything was delicious and we walked so much it did not matter if we ate all the chocolate and bread that we did!
... traffic surrounding the museum to pass. Despite the sea of people, we were inside in a matter of minutes, courtesy of our Paris Passes. They may have allowed us to skip the lines, but there was no avoiding the people inside. We thought we'd get the obvious out of the way first and so we headed for La Joconde, also known as the Mona Lisa, checking out the Italian paintings along the way. The Mona Lisa was easy to find - just follow the crowd. The throng was 10-deep, with cameras and ...