Bourgogne et Montana Hotel
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... found talent to have an affair with his next door neighbour's wife, and when trying to escape the irate husband he found himself stuck walking through the wall. Other wags have included a boob that walks through walls and a bum that traverses the same way, ah street art. The Montmartre cemetery is famous for housing the famous. The trick to remaining buried is maintaining a profile of national significance. Ordinary mortals whose families don't keep up the payments get pulled out ...
... geology , an art deco winter garden, and a labtrinth/maze. It is lovely to walk along the paths under the plane trees and through the well-cultivated beds of colorful blooms.
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Finally the sun has come ...
... Mona Lisa is housed due to the large crowd. I was surprised that few guards were around. I'm accustomed to the Smithsonian museums having guards at every turn, every room. Tonight, we will do some shopping or looking around our neighborhood once more, stopping for dinner. Tomorrow, we must return to our normal lives so this is the last entry. Travel days are never interesting enough to write about the details. Au Revoir, Paris! Bonne Anne (Happy New ...
... playing with sailboats.
It is a very large park. I did not see most of it. As I was making my way to one of those green chairs, a man asked me a question in French. I smiled at him and said I speak english. He was with another gentleman and we started talking. One was from Morocco and the other from Palestine. They work for NATO and are doing a around the world study tour. They are going to 4 countries, one which happens to be France ...
Had lunch in an area we found in the latin quarter - teaming with restaurants with nice sounding food selections at very cheap prices (all around 15 euro for 3 courses). It was another case of you get what you pay for – the food was alright (some was actually pretty good, while some was very average), but a far, far cry from the lofty standards we have reached in the past few days. Oh well, still an enjoyable lunch, and we will try another spot in ...