Hotel Les Jardins De Montmartre
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... a medieval art kick, so I decided to cross
the river to visit the Cluny Museum. There was a traveling exhibition of German
sculpture that was pretty interesting. I also got to see the mysterious maiden
and the unicorn tapestries, of which museum has all six in the series. There
meaning has been debated by art historians, but the most accepted view is that
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... they take your bags and tell you to scram? Not really the case here. Instead we got an upgrade to a room that was finished. I'll include pictures. Anyone who has ever visited Paris will appreciate how unusual it is. Only problem is the view sucks, but we'll live. Once we got checked into the room we went out walking. It was Sunday and nothing was open except for the Champs Elysees. Everyone ...
... with freshly roasted jambon & grilled fromage. SO GOOD! Check out the pictures to see how they melt the cheese under a hot lamp, and then cut the oozy cheese onto the sandwich. Delicious! We also tried mulled wine, which we were both a little hesitant to try it (hot wine!) but we are so glad we did! It tasted like hot cider. Yum-o!
After Champs Elysee we walked back through the shopping plaza of Paris and grabbed a Taxi to Sacre Coeur (Sacred Heart). Sacre ...
... within walking distance and soon we were having dinner salads with chicken, ham, eggs and cucumbers. Dessert was a first for us....two hard candies and an orange sucker. It wasn't the best French food that we hope to have in the next few weeks; but we were very hungry and it fit the bill for tonight. Tomorrow we will ride into Paris and begin our search for really good food amidst some of the most recognizable sights of any city on the planet.
... although there's less to see and less greenery there, there's a beautiful tree-lined walking path down the middle that leads to the Champs-Elysées and all the shopping. This street is kind of like the Magnificent Mile in Chicago. It's about a mile long, has a lot of high-end shops as well as tourist traps and people walking will just randomly stop in the middle of the sidewalk to look around. See - exactly the same :) The Champs-Elysées dead ...