Hotel Holiday Inn Paris Gare Montparnasse
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Bark at some dim wit who uses a flash camera in front of a graphic sign depicting no flash cameras; fair game. Chide some doofus who neglects to turn off his cell phone where signs everywhere show graphically a cell phone with a diagonal line. But lay off the girl Madame Trussaud. it's a plastic bench, not a work of Art, and you're a bitter old artistic aristocrat who belongs in a Daumier caricature on the first floor.
... Doesn't work in places like England, Russia, etc... Today is a little rainy. So, we are trying to figure out the best possible plan to tackle the many sites of Paris in three short days! After we got into our apartment, took some pictures of the Eiffel tower down the street, and then grabbed some food we took the metro to the Arc de Triumph. From there we walked all the way down through the ...
... skinned green and yellow tomato bottarga etc etc lattice of squid ink 2009 Gevrey Chambertan 17 hour lamb with spring vegetables Yogurt ice with cucumber jelly and olive jam Franz haas moscato Rosa 2012 Strawberry fraise served with little bites of choux puff, wild strawberry tart and a lemon do dah Then of course petit fours and coffee! I have attached quite a e photos but not sure if all of them will send. Was feeling quite full but not stuffed. We ...
... this afternoon was spent in the “hamlet” – a grouping of small cottages and farms in the gardens behind the Trianon building. The hamlet was built by Marie Antoinette because she wanted to experience a life like the common peasant folk. Of course, her hamlet came with a full staff and high-end living quarters, but at least it had a country feel! In any case, we had fun wandering around – it is very quaint and serene. ...
... torn down in the middle of the nineteenth century on the orders of the city council, before one Victor Hugo wrote the bestselling 'Hunchback of Notre Dame’ and revived so much interest in it that the council’s hand was forced into repairing the decrepit building instead. Perhaps more shocking though is how close the entire city came to total destruction at the end of the Second World War when Hitler ordered it destroyed. If not for the German General Dietrich ...