Centre Ville Etoile
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... go driving, but alas - we did not. Over by Grand Palais, we just sat on a bench in the sun for 20 min or so, relaxing, soaking up the beauty of the day, people watching (we were over facing the Champs Elysees) and enjoying the fact we were in Paris. We went back over to the Seine and walked along the river then went over to the Rue Cler area. There wasn't much going on there on a late Sun afternoon - tho we did get ...
... a front and back of the embroidery that are both beautifully finished. Because of the exceptionally fine workmanship required, boutis items were especially precious pieces reserved for celebrating weddings, births ...
... area and knowing we needed to be in Montmartre by 5:00pm for our cooking class we got on the metro headed in that direction. Our first stop was the Picadilly (?) area with the "sex" museum and the infamous Moulin Rouge. We walked around this area before heading off in the direction of our cooking class. After walking up many steps and down many steps we eventually made it to the metro stop where we were supposed to meet our infamous "chef" for the evening. There ...
... noticed some street vendors selling the junky trinkets. I decided we should walk through to have a look even if we weren't intending to buy anything. It was so packed we could no longer hold hands with bodies pressing in front, on the sides, and from behind. In the first block, I told Rick I was pausing to look at the label of a scarf (I was curious if it would state 'Made in China' or not. Rick didn't stop. When I looked up, no Rick could be seen. Suddenly, every man I ...
... Lunch was on the pedestrian walkway nearby, then we walked over to the Madeleine. On this square we remembered there is a Maille shop so we visited it, then went into the church. We were treated to a rehearsal by a mixed choir - their voices filled the dome of the church with rich tones! This church is very different in construction than St. Denis that we visited yesterday - especially in that it has ...