- Adjoining Rooms
- Russian TV Channels Available
- TV Other Russia
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... remove her heels and put on her flats, without a break in conversation with her date. Pretty smooth! And the dress looked great with the flats too! We decided to go to Le Procope (one of the oldest restaurants in Paris) for dinner. It opened in 16something. Napoleon ate here and left his hat to make good on his meal. We had an excellent meal, and returned home to our little apartment for our cheese plate! Bonnie ...
Ooh la la...and back to France we went, this time however we were heading to Paris to meet Deans mum, Chris and his auntie Marg who have both been traveling themselves through Spain and Portugal. Not knowing if this rendezvous was ever going to happen it was pretty exciting to finally land in Paris and see them both again after almost a year and a half. We spent our first day exploring many of the city's famous sites, this included Notre Dame Cathedral, The Louvre and ...
... Luxembourg Gardens make me excited to picnic in the park. Seeing Notre Dame makes me excited to actually get up close and personal with the gargoyles, like in the movie. Seeing the Cluny makes me excited for the Louvre (even though I know they have very different collections.) I walked up a back alley full of interesting food shops and got excited for Rue Cler.
Stay tuned for the next adventure in Paris, when I hopefully get to do all this and more.
In today's visits, to say we did a lot of walking would be an understatement. At the beginning of the day we went to Notre-Dame Cathedral, and had our first encounter with random men trying to sell us stuff illegally. From there we walked to the Love Lock Bridge, where we witnessed the thousands of padlocks with names written on them. We even attempted to ...
... minutes admiring her before squeezing back out the room. There's other great paintings in the room as well. I make my way to the Seated Scribe. As I walk, I pass ancient Egyptian artifacts, tombs, and more. I make my way to the Seated Scribe and browse the other pieces in the room. By this time I'm getting tired, and my feet are starting to hurt. I've been walking for a good 2 hours by this point and have only scratched the surface. I make my way to the ...