Hipotel Paris Nation
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... we came to, after maybe 10-15 minutes (it wasn’t long). So in we went to manoeuvre under some trees and next to the bank. Now Sam version of what happened nest will vary dramatically from my own, and I want it known that up until this point I had been the model of smooth and elegant. But as we approached the trees I told Sam (who was in the back of the boat) we would need to duck under the tree a little. I leaned back under the tree, and bang – ...
... s first restaurant in Paris, arriving at 6:40 to be sure we got a table at the 7pm opening. Within just a few minutes of our arrival, there was a line out the door, and the entire restaurant was full as soon as it opened. Keely and Scot had the quail stuffed with foie gras and highly recommend it!
Next stop was a sunset boat cruise on the River Seine, enjoying the beautiful sites of Paris, culminating with the Eiffel Tower, ...
... in front of the Louvre. We found ourselves enjoying the fresh air and sunshine as we walked within the park or had a lunch at one of the outdoor cafés. One of the lunch times we visited the gardens a large
community fun run was taking place through the park. We enjoyed joining in the fun as spectators and cheer squad the runners past by our vantage point.
Then we forced our way into the Impressionist room.
I am not a great lover of this period and remember getting told off at art school
when we were taken to the Birmingham Art Gallery in England. I got caught
looking at a huge Victorian still life, admiring the bloom and water drops on
the grapes. Our tutor came up to me and told me that
"We don’t look at paintings like this, come ...
Another lovely day in Paris. In the morning, we choose to do the walking tour of the two islands including the Notre Dame cathedral. This is very interesting, and we see the architectural differences made by Napoleon, when he added the wide boulevards to Paris. We manage to get inside Notre Dame easily even though there seems to be many people outside. This is a big contrast to our last visit, when the queues where so long ...