Hotel Du Chemin Vert Paris
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Today was another of our big transition days from sleepy small town Amboise to big, bustling, tourist-filled Paris. We got up around 8:00, and Rich made his run to the boulangerie for fresh croissants, regular and chocolate. Larry made a tasty egg scramble with onions and cheese, sausages and coffee, and we all enjoyed a great start to the day. We were supposed to leave the apartment clean, so we all pitched in to strip linens, wash and put away ...
... pretended" to be a commoner in her mini palace with farms and cottages nearby. The canals on the grounds rivaled the reflecting pool in Washington DC and many were teeming with hungry fish and ducks that the tourists were feeding. The farm was the size of some of the villages we have visited in England. Although the fountains were down for repairs, we could imagine the incredible degree of decadence that this palace garnered in its day. By even today's standards, this ...
... cartons of beer and wine in public, with some playing boche ! We even saw a lady walking her cat !!
Versailles, a sight that will make your head roll!
If you're a king who really loves his subjects what's the best thing for you to do....clearly you build a $2 billion mansion as far away from them as possible on a property the size of Manhattan Island. That's what King Louis ...
... while to play and enjoy the peacefulness of the park.
The plan next was to walk towards Luxembourg Gardens from here, it is only about 3km.
On the way we passed Notre Dame and went in for a look around.
By the time we got to Luxembourg Gardens we were well and truly ready for a rest. It was an up hill walk in the sun, so the first chance to sit down was welcome. We had taken a slight de tour to find the best macaroon ...
... br> The beauty of the city is in its structural symmetric design of streets and its buildings they are almost the same height .Another location to view Paris from bird eye view is from the Doom of Sacre Coeur church but you need walk up 300 plus steps to reach the dome from where you can see the city as well but not as good as the Eiffel Tower. Third place I viewed the city was the top floor of Center du Pompidou which itself is the ugliest ...