Hotel de la cite Rougemont
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... I surprised Eric one morning by taking him on a scavenger hunt through the city looking for a restaurant called, "Breakfast in America." It was exactly that: delicious breakfast scrambles, burritos, hashbrowns, pancakes and American coffee. All the employees spoke perfect English, there was an autographed picture of the "Friends" cast and the look was that of a traditional American Diner. After 2 months in Europe, this is exactly what we needed!! ...
... until the royal family was forced to return to the capital in October 1789 after the beginning of the French Revolution.
Versailles is therefore famous not only as a building, but as a symbol of the system of absolute monarchy of ancient Paris. The buildings and gardens were commenced in 1624 and took about 75 years to complete.
The Treaty of Versailles was one of the peace treaties at the end of World War 1. It ended the state of war between Germany ...
I got off my RER at the Saint Michel/Notre Dame stop and found rue de la Harpe right off Blvd. Saint Germain. My room was ready, I took a shower and decided not to take a nap but keep going till evening. It was hard because I haven’t slept on a plane, not even a minute.
I went out, crossed the street, got a falafel and had it in my room with a cup of tea. That falafel was over-salted, so I didn’t finish it. Then I decided ...
... The galleries with so many amazing paintings were incredible, and yes, we did see the Mona Lisa. Vik braved the ten deep crowd trying to get the perfect shot, whilst I stood on the side and had a pretty much uninterrupted view of it.
Eventually we fought our way out through the crowds to the persistent rain outside, so it was a dash to the Metro and then a dash to the Patisserie for a late lunch and their memorable coffee. ...
... Nothing a little distraction cant fix especially when it invovles ice cream ;)
It's a shame we didn't have longer here and were able to spread our days out a little but it is just so expensive and unjustafiable to stay for more than a couple of nights. We decided to shout the girls a special day trip. They had been traveling so well, yes of course they have their moments but they never get to stop and we drag them round hours on end walking so we ...