Logis Hostellerie du Prieure
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... hard or impossible to find in Jakarta. Now that our apartment is empty and depersonalised it seems time for us to go. We have enjoyed every minute of the three months here and would not change a thing. Starting to look for different foods, perhaps a pasta tomorrow in ...
... Auguste Renoir, Henri Rousseau, Alfred Sisley, Chaim Soutine, and Maurice Utrillo, among others. There was also a first time exhibition of all the works of Emile Bernard. A leisurely walk through the crowds in the gardens brought us back to the Louvre. The girls headed to the underground shopping arcade to peruse designer homewares and some purchases were made. Later dinner was in a nearby restaurant ended with a stroll around surrounding ...
Friday - day 4 Dad & I had a quieter morning in the apartment as I was in need of some quiet time, Bron & Col went for walk & bought back coffees, macaroons, a small lemon tart & small lemon cheese cake to share from the Patisserie around the corner, yum! We then headed out to catch the Hop on /off boat on the Seine, which does the loop down the river to the Eiffel,Tower, then back up the river past Notre Dame, a very relaxing way to see many ...
An early start with a chat home to family. Skype, face time, what apps are so wonderful. They allow us to contact everyone. Running a bit late we walked to Abess Station and caught the metro to Rue de bac as we thought it was the closest to Boulevarde St Michelle but it was quite a distance and we had to hurry to be there by 11 a.m. We just made it because there were so. Many people wanting to do the tour meant there were four groups. Our tour guide was a Scottish ...
... t see the bells as they are being restored but the view from up there was even better (apparently!)
We then used our pass to go down into the crypt which has been turned into an archaeological museum. They have uncovered some of the Roman foundations and had a very interesting display about the history of Paris from Roman times. We have taken a liking to crypts and were a bit disappointed there were no tombs!