Hotel Aurore Montmartre
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... day Renaissance man.
Head out of the Orsay and decide to just check out the Louvre, might give it a look-see since I am in the neighborhood. Line looks a mile long, so grab a ham and cheese sandwich at a stand outside and decide to take Mr. Steves’ Left Bank walk. The Left Bank is where all of the old poets and artists used to live and has a rich history. A very quaint area, the walk was approx. 2 ...
... It was very pretty painting, so we took pictures of it, and selfies with it.
After seeing the Mona Lisa we decided to get an audio tour of the masterpieces around the museum. The audio tour was off of a Nintendo 3Ds, but after using it for a half hour, it started flipping out and sending us in the wrong direction. We asked the tech people that were handing them out to see what was wrong, and they looked at us ...
... is also located in Neuilly, and there were several interesting rental apartments along the ave. Victor Hugo of which I'd learned from past internet searches, so we were curious to see whether this area might be agreeable to us as a future home base.
Walking along several of the broad, shady boulevards it became obvious that this is a very nice residential area. Everything looked sparkling-clean, no litter in sight, with a much more serene ...
I'd like to thank Giulia Renula for the use of your great little apartment in Rome - Lennart Hiemstra for your houseboat - it's another item crossed off the bucket list and Emma and Alex in Paris - your apartment on 51 rue Blanche definitely provided the four of us with accommodations and all the trimmings. I only hit my head 12 times going into my upstairs bedroom - I've now learned to ...
... about it. I told her I would come back. If I thought about it for more than a day, I told myself, I would come back and get my Mona Lisa Swatch.
Five minutes after exiting the Swatch store, I noticed a blonde, tall woman holding a microphone on the sidewalk. She was chatting with a cameraman. I must have been staring a little too much, and suddenly she looked at me and said: "Excuse me, would you like to answer a few questions?". I just mumbled ...