Hotel Marignan Paris
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... Rodin, Matisse, Cezanne, Seurat, Gaugin, Toulouse-Lautrec, and the list goes on. Get here, go there.
There was a temporary exhibition featuring prostitutes in art called Splendors & Miseries. We wanted to see it but we ran out of time. We will try to come back later in the week. There is just too much to see in Paris.
On Tuesday night, Rich went off to the opera, and I took a night off. I went out to sample some Paris nightlife. It was ...
... his apartment could have been better for our experience. We said that there was not much we thought he could change except maybe a written guide on how to work the controls for the TV( not that we watched any, Ann tried once but couldn't get it toe work). He appreciated the comments and then helped us with our luggage out to the cab as it was time to go.
We get downstairs and there is no car waiting so we continue our conversation while waiting. After about 5 minutes ...
... center of Paris, reminds me of seeing kids playing league hockey in a shopping mall rink in Houston on a warm November day.
We grab food for lunch and head back for a rest. The rest is short lived as L wants to see the Eiffel Tower. After some quick research we head back down to the river to catch the train. Stepping out of the metro station you immediately look up hoping to see ...
... today were being on the roof of yet another high class department store “Printemps” to
see the rooftops of Paris……so inspiring to me!!! We will return there I think, for longer with
hot chocolate in hand next time!!!
Twilight which seems to go on for about 3 hours….is a very appealing time of the day to me!! As we stood ...
... with our special tickets that helped is skip the large queues. We went straight to the summit to see the city of lights from 300m. Afterwards we went for dessert at one of the crepe stands and had the biggest and best chocolate banana crepes that we took to some grass in between the fountains and the Eiffel Tower. It was a fabulous end to the day and our last full day in Paris ...