Hotel Gabriel Paris
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... onto a charming Main Street. We stopped at a local boulangerie where my companions had coffee and pain au chocolat. A short walk further brought us to the Dior Museum. We headed into the garden and quickly realized it was located on a cliff overlooking the sea. INCREDIBLE! (There were Parasailors in the air the entire day. We saw up to 5 sails out at once. They came quite close to us at the Dior garden.) The exhibit at the museum changes and this summer the ...
... a few interesting features. We're on the sixth floor. The showers are on the third floor. There's no elevator. We're getting a bit of a workout each night before bed. Forgetting something makes running back to the room somewhat arduous. Other than that it's a bargain, although Jenni reports seeing a used sanitary pad and a cockroach in the shower at one point.
Yesterday we started doing some Paris sightseeing, though ...
... I wandered over to the Paris History Museum and then to the Picasso Museum, getting there as it opened. A great lunch at a small pastry shop, with quiche, salad and fruit tarte for dessert, and then a slower stroll through the Forum des Halles on my way back to the hotel. Tim thought he would be back early that day, but he was wrong. My feet were ready for a break anyway. Dinner at a nearby restaurant specializing in pate, yum.
I took the metro the next morning over to ...
... didn’t let one girl in because her ID picture looked slightly different from her! Afterwards I sat down and waited to start and it took forever because they testing officials were running late.
The LSAT had to be one of the longest tests I have ever took because there were 5 sections that were each 35 minutes and then an essay section. The exam finished around 7:15pm and by the time I had all my stuff it was getting ...
... slow roasting the jarret de veau, and savoring every drop of the Margaux: such a Sunday in Paris!
Monday we clean and pack with enough time for one last stroll down to the Seine.
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