Hotel Villa Saxe Eiffel
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... mean I spend the day in a museum.
The L'Orangerie is on the right bank of the Seine. I didn't spend much time on this bank. We walked through the Tulleries garden to get to it. This is a very large garden on the banks of the Seine. It is another great place to relax, hang out and sit in those iconic Parisian green chairs. While in the museum, the sun came out!! The sky was blue, there were white clouds in the sky and there was a slight breeze. Beautiful weather!
... seconds and still cost twice what I pay for a 20oz drip.
Moved on but only the veggie market and a few pasty shops were open yet. And a queue at the pastry shop so I kept o. My stroll.
Not sure what French people eat for breakfast and pretty sure I would get the eye roll if I ordered French Toast. I ended up in a pizza place run my some nice middle eastern guys. I must admit. It was better that what I had in Brooklyn and was going to ...
... all slept in after the craziness of yesterday's visit to Disneyland. Wandered around the shops and took the kids to a couple of nearby playgrounds. A hilarious aside - I was in Kielhs buying gifts and they had a dress up box - check out the photos to see. Gosh Liam was SO into it!!!! Sooo...to Disneyland. I thought the most exciting thing might be the double decker train ride out to the Park, but I'm such an old sceptic!! ...
... the door would open, but nothing was happening. Now i really thought we were going to French Train Jail! I finally had to turn around, sink down to the floor and crawl under the turnstile. Finally my metro card worked and we were able to get on the train. We've been gone for nearly 3 weeks now and it's probably good that we are coming home soon. In the last few days we've called an elevator a lift, a lineup a queue, and Nick is getting too used to speaking ...
... that can only be described as magical! The tower is lit during the evening and at the top of every hour the lights twinkle for a minute; magical!