Ascott Arc de Triomphe Paris
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Good during day
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... followed by a stroll around Sainte Germaine which, apart from "old Paris" is my favourite area of the city. It's exactly how Paris is portrayed in the movies, people in nice clothes eating escargot in outdoor cafes.
Battled an epic metro cancellation that would have rivaled translink shutdowns. Fire on one of the lines led to a complete shutdown and us trying to navigate our way home on a bus. Ruined our plan of drinking a bottle of wine in the garden. ...
Today my mum had booked for us to go on a bike riding tour around Versailles. Debbie and Declan weren't coming on the tour though so it was just mum and I. We caught a train to Versailles with our tour group that we met up with in Paris just before. When we got to Versailles we had a short walk to pick up our bikes and from there we road to a cute little market. At the market we were able to buy some goodies to eat later as ...
... against the pure joy of another taste of that dark chocolate bliss.
We ended our day with the boat tour on the Seine River - great fun.
Paris is an amazing city - we feel really lucky to have had this time here as a family.
Just booked our train tickets to San Sebastian for Saturday. It's going to be our last day on the train for this trip. We are ready to have a chill out week in Spain!
My friend Erica was coming from Austria to spend a few days with me. I last saw her 2 years ago in Vienna and was excited to meet with her again, this time in Paris. She was due in the early afternoon, therefore that morning I went to do one of my walks, this time "St- Germain-des-Pres", a circular one starting from the Odeon metro stop. This became one of my favorites - it takes you to little quiet streets ...
... of streets radiate from the Arc de Triomphe. I asked an old woman to take a picture of me in front of the Arc. She was from Connecticut and told me to "have a great trip, honey". Asking strangers to take your picture is an odd yet effective way of striking up a conversation with people. I usually gravitate toward other tourists because I haven't had the best experience asking locals. Actually, there was only one bad experience in Portugal. I had asked ...