Grand Hotel Barriere Enghien
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... asks us if we want bread. We say yes and she brings us a piece of toast cut into four. I order fried calamari. It is a lot more fried than calamari, and looks and tastes like it has come straight from the frozen food aisle at Coles. The service is painfully slow. We get bored waiting for our food to arrive. Really bored. We are also really tired. We are too tired for intellectual conversation, or any sort of sensible conversation at all for that ...
... ice cream actually tasted like real vanilla - completely different from what we get in Canada. And Zach played Monopoly in French with fake Euros with Donald's 8 year old son. Signing off now to get some sleep so that we actually have the energy to see some more sights in the coming days. Phones are safely plugged in to the French outlets for the ...
... the EIFFEL TOWER! It was so big and beastly and just so amazing! There was around 30 people walking around selling mini Eiffel Towers and selfie sticks. We took some good photos and just sat there looking at it and soaking in the things we had seen today. We were really exhausted so we walked to the subway and went home for a dinner of pork cooked by our fabulous mum. We watched weird french movies and then went to sleep. Bye guys!! - Grace
Finally, a good night's sleep AND an alarm that lets us sleep in, so Mario and I are ready, batteries recharged, for the day ahead. This morning's goal is to visit the Orangerie, Impressionism museum which holds Monet's great Waterlilies rooms, then we are meeting up with family at the Café Trocadéro, facing the Eiffel Tower. What we do in between is totally up in the air - for now...
Back to the Champs Élysées to ...
Today was sunny so we went to the Rodin Museum - the weather was important to making this visit since many important pieces in this exhibit are outside in the gardens. It also turned out there are some fantastic views of the Invalides with its shining dome! As for Auguste Rodin, he was a sculptor in the late 1800's and early 1900's. We found it interesting that he had some 'themes' and then did them in a variety ...