Logis Hostellerie du Prieure
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What a fabulous day we have just had! Issy arrived about 0830 as her alter ego, Snow White. We had the present opening along with ham and cheese croissants and copious tea and coffee. Snow White became Issy, we dressed and walked out in the quiet streets of Paris for our Christmas feast at Chez Julien just opposite Pont Louis- Phillipe, it was perfect weather, a chill in the air ...
... is the horseshoe staircase made famous by Napolean I. We started in the Napolean I museum which houses items of clothing, armor, furniture, weapons, artwork and even a setup of a tent that he would have slept and worked in at a battle site. There were also items about his two wives, Josephine and Marie - Louise, and his son by her. We then toured the Apartments and found these absolutely gorgeous- these ...
... and an incredible bakery whose line, or queue, often stretches for a block with people acquiring their still-warm baguettes, croissants and sweets. Our apartment is beautiful and impeccably furnished, with old world charm as well as state of the art appliances, and its own lovely patio. It's so nice to be able to invite friends friends to "your" ...
... of Notre Dame made of chocolate, and large cookies, nome of which we tried. So far, Evan has tried the raspberry macaron and the chocolate one as well, which were, of course, the best ever! Once home, we did a bit more lounging and then decided to get Korean take out from the Korean place, Jules et Jim, that is right across the street from our apartment, we have been scoping it out for weeks and it is usually busy, so we took that as a good sign. ...
... had finished there were stairs going to another floor that had a long central corridor with rooms off it filled with more traditional art in the form of sculptures and pictures. A lot of the pictures were bright and beautiful and I happily spent another hour or more wandering from room to room.
All in all it was a day well spent, and ironically the only things I saw there that were dark,dismal, and grotesque were the views of Paris outside the museum looking cold and wet.