Beaugrenelle Tour Eiffel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... amazing visit, and I desperately wanted to stay longer.
We did many of the touristy "must - sees", including Notre Dame, Musée d'Orsay, the Louvre, and Versailles. The kids really enjoyed the art in Musée d'Orsay, as they wrote about in their blog, and, like many others, they could not figure out the big fuss about Mona Lisa.
We fought against hordes of people in order to get to the front (Jack is a master at this - ...
... their car. We drove just up the street to a locally owned hotel with a pool that offers swimming lessons and aquatic exercise programs. We had arranged to use the pool briefly for a baptism. I changed into my swim trunks and a shirt, but in the end didn’t need to get wet.
I asked a blessing on the ceremony, then asked Odette to get in the pool. The pool had no shallow end, and standing up, the water came to a persons, chest. I knelt next to ...
... he wasn't old enough) It was a great night,( the boys enjoyed the birds eye view)
The bus trip home was very rowdy, with us all singing anything and everything, then we took over the bar til way too late.
Tammy and Rueban were heading off to London in the morning with the tour, however needed to weigh their baggage and we had scales, so off to their room we go and off course had to help them finish their ...
... remain as in the old days - coat hooks, chairs, separating screens .... The chandelier - WOW - This place is WONDERFUL.
We then went to check out the shops in the Louvre while waiting for the group to re-form and catch the coach back to the hotel. Some really interesting shops in the Louvre complex selling interesting bibs and bobs.
We jumped on the coach parked under the Louvre in an awesome bus car park - so ...
... wine but we observed the multitudes of Rose wine and found that quite interesting. We tried a few of them, mostly bottles in the 4 - 6 Euro range and for the most part they were quite fine. We observed that in general, the cheap wine in France usually tastes pretty good, which may or may not be the case for comparably priced wines in the US.
Things I won’t miss from Paris - The cigarettes, the cigarette butts, the dog poop, THE TINY ELEVATOR IN OUR APARTMENT COMPLEX!!