Grand Hotel du Palais Royal
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... they really enjoyed doing...and Joey got to eat frogs legs!
We made our way then to the Latin Quarter, famous as the university and 'funky' district of Paris. It was a frenetic pace set on the rue Saint Michel and rue Saint Germain, which was a bit of a shock to the system as we had been in a few less demanding places recently...the students managed themselves well and some more shopping (we may have created some ...
... Artus on Sunday morning, attending the Caribbean Festival/Parade(CarnavalTropical), and listening to a celebration of choral music and gentle song along the Canal St Martin(Voix sur Berges) on Sunday afternoon- all reflecting some of the multicultural aspects of Paris.
When our friend Stephanie invited us to dinner with her family we eagerly accepted. Her husband Sanjay is a concierge for two boutique hotels and recently received a Golden ...
... it was wonderful to be a part of it. Issy was amazing, so patient, she had a carousel ride on the way home. Back to our flat, fully satiated, we had a little wine until it was time for the post lunch snack of more Foie Gras and sauterne that Simon bought for the occasion. It has certainly been a Christmas we will never forget, even more so by having Simon, Liv and Issy with ...
... up and dumped on me! I walked from Joris's to the Moulin Rouge. Its weird how in this city you can be nowhere and then all of the sudden in front of something famous. The Moulin Rouge was not much to see, at least by day, so I snapped a few photos and continued on. I took the metro to L'École Militaire and walked to Rue Cler. Unfortunately, a lot of the shops were closed, but I did pass a crèmerie with beaucoup de fromages! I sat down at a café for ...
... glorious, exhausting, exhilarating 5-hour experience at one of the world's great monuments to art.
On this high summer morning at the Louvre, we were swept up mostly in sensations... heat and light and swirling colors, gold leaf frames and marble columns. It is almost impossible to stop and admire any certain piece because of the crowd and we finally stopped trying and just flowed along with the tourists, trying to see what we ...