Hipotel Paris Hippodrome
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... to do something with the family in order to feel more included. Rapha stayed home and he asked if I was going to go watch the movie. I think he wanted to play some more. I mean why else would he have asked, right?
I got to hold the new rabbit today. She is just a baby, like 2 months old. She is so soft and so cute and I just want a rabbit. Noémie keeps saying that she liked Lela more than this one. I mean we've had this rabbit ...
... with the masses. I didn't plan our trip around the Tour, but the fact that it was ending a day before we leave and that the finish line was outside our hotel turned our temporary discomfort to excitement. We ran back to our hotel, changed, umbrellad up then quickly returned to watch the bikers speed up and down the Champs until the eventual end. I've included a few videos. We walked down one of the many side streets and found a Brassiere at dinner then happily returned to our ...
... the most ridiculous looking cappuccino! The foam was definitely next level. After that we had a bit of a wait in the line to get into the museum but after about 20 minutes we were in. Musee d'orsay probably blew the louvre out of the water for me. But it may have just been because it was so much less stressful. The crowds were smaller and the artworks were amazing. I just love French Impressionism so I was in monet heaven. We also had lunch at one of the restaurants and it was so fancy! ...
... that was like...let's see! Best decision of the day...the Parc was lovely and filled with office workers taking lunch breaks outside...some bodybuilders, children and a few sleepers. There were several gardens and ponds and a stone bridge and a carousel....it really was a happy surprise. We found the Metro stop and descended into the station. Metro 2 to DeGaulle station, Metro 1 to Tulleries...back to rue St. Honore in no time. Did a little shopping...got quiche ...
... to quack under pressure...
The sun shone on us the next day although it was quite chilly compared to down south. We dressed in our warmest layers and joined much more stylish Parisians on a Sunday stroll through the winding and hilly streets of Montmartre.
Nearby at the Place du Tertre, were ...