Hotel Villa Saxe Eiffel
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... families start to head home.
Before we did likewise, we decided to walk round the (rather large) block which includes Les Invalides and the Army Museum. Some of the views are attached to today's blog.
Our pre-dinner drinks turned out to be somewhat expensive. Twenty euros (about $30) for a large glass of beer and a largish glass of average wine means that we won't be re-visiting the cafe next door anytime soon.
The night manager at ...
... to lay low for a while sitting in the same park as the first night in Paris and decide to hang around until it lights up again. We are kept entertained for the next 3 and a half hours by passing ball and cup games where they hide the ball in one cup and mix it all around and take your bets. We saw the same crew off at least 6 people (I guy with the ball, 1 security guy looking for the po po, and 4 other “players” off the street that are used to lure others in and bet ...
... 12:45 local time. Perfect. Stumble with bags to the Metro and off to the flat where we arrived with Domonique right behind and she gave us the keys and a tour of the place, which took two minutes as it was small but way larger than any hotel room. And the location! One block from the Louvre, 20 minutes from the Opera Garnier......an absolutely perfect place to call home.
Got in touch with Agi and dinner was set for Saturday at 7:30. We set out ...
... thing. We walked around that area, very interesting I guess, a lot of sexual stuff. We didn't really like it, so than we went on a hunt for Crepes. We finally found some, and each got one, well Ana and I did, and than we decided to head home. It was a fun day, but again the people are rude, and just the way they act are annoying, Especially the servers, they take all day because they don't get paid in tips. Whatever, one more day than I can go home.
Lined up at the Louvre at 9am so we could get an early start. Went straight to the renaissance section along with everyone else. Too much to absorb. Had the obligatory look at Mona which has its own room. Must say that I preferred the smaller works, probably because you can take in the whole work more easily. Going around with Cath is like being at school, you say I ...