Green Hotels Confort
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... TV monitor we would be crossing north west towards Winnipeg, Canada then Newfoundland, or the Noofunlairn as we used to know it, Ireland, the south of England and Paris. An hour into the flight drinks were served before lunch. Breakfast will be served maybe over Ireland. We will land after 09.00 in Paris. I have no idea when we will pass into night or how long it will last, given that we are flying east into it. Lunch ...
... complex, we wait all of 3 minutes to buy our tickets. Well, THAT was easy! We then head to the elevated food court, where we enjoy coffee in comfy armchairs, while watching the never-ending line of people snake by us, on their way to buy tickets in the Louvre lobby. Silly people.
At this point is dawned on us that all these people would inevitably get in, and then the endless lines of people would be IN the museum, with US, visiting ...
... off when we visited. The rest of the neighborhood was disappointing to us - it was mostly of Asian influence but devoid of the kind of cafés and sidewalk areas that we like. So we took the subway to Les Passages, an area we were familiar with and had enjoyed previously. We had lunch of soups a l'oignon, salade avec chèvre chaud, and a dessert that was like lemon meringue pie. To compensate we walked back, ...
... what language the fellow spoke in the end but he went to work and snipped off a lot of Caleb's hair. We spun it so Caleb was not too upset as he has come to be quit enamored with his hair - wetting and styling it every chance he gets. It was nearing sunset and the park was full of people seated on the grassy slopes throughout the park. Eating and drinking and conversing. It had a good feel and provided some good views of Paris at its apex. Lovey way to end the ...
... were situated busts of Caesars, Egyptian rulers and examples of citizenry from ancient times. About halfway along the gallery, a sign pointed into another chamber...
...and there I found the Mona Lisa. Now I will admit that it is not an impressive-looking painting. However the mystique that surrounds it does add to the viewing. No other display has so much security around it and only one or two other exhibits drew the same sort of crowds, those being the Venus De Milo and ...