Hotel & Residence Mercure Paris La Defense Grande Arche
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... I wouldn't take anything for granted again.
The next night, I FaceTimed Nick and he was showing me some of his father's things he had found. One was a coin with an Italian restaurant's name on it. I googled it and found that it was nearby. The next morning, I found the restaurant on my walk home from class in Piazza Santa Maria... literally down the street from my apartment. Small world. Rest in peace, Mr. Dummar.
Thursday afternoon, I was relieved that my midterm ...
... walked under the Eiffel Tower, first time up so close - it really is an impressive structure.
Steve and Sandra have been in a power struggle for tour guide supremacy - I was initially in the running but dropped out early, they seem to be able to have exactly the opposite opinion to each other for which is the right way to go - this is despite both being equipped with ...
... a beautiful book about different monuments around Paris. We had early dinner in a cafe under the trees in the garden of the Louvre (sandwiches and salad). The kids had an ice cream as we walked back to the Metro to catch the train back to our accommodation. It was a very hot day today, so a quick change saw us relaxing in the pool again followed by a DVD in our room (Peter Pan). Off to bed now to rest up for another exciting day ...
Took the Metro (7&6) to the Arc de Triomphe.. In fact it is right there as you step off the stairs of the Etoile station..a hulking piece of architecture built by Napoleon in 1805 after his early battlefield victories. And it's been marched under by a variety of armies..the Germans in 1940 and the allies in 1944. It's now the gathering place for Parisians at New Years Eve and victorious ...
... how much French you remember when you have to order. After having gelato we went to the French war museum. We saw many artifacts, videos and Napoleon's tomb. Napoleon is buried in seven coffins and has a church built for him. The museum had many exhibits on WW2 and it was cool to see how the french army was captured and defeated by the German army and see some movies on the war. After snacking on some crepes, for dinner we had Fresh baguettes, cheese and some salami. ...