Hotel De La Plage
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... some Rules for table choice- most of the restaurants that we have been to seem to have smokers and drinks only customers on the outside seating, while those wanting meals are seated inside. We always want to be outside near the street, as I love watching the people go past and looking around at the street stores and vendors which means we break that particular unspoken rule. Then when the menu comes out it is often completely in French, which is fine, we know ...
... was classed a monument historique in 1914.The Château de Maisons was built between the Seine and the forest of Saint-Germain-en-Laye,
with its garden front oriented to the southeast. Originally it
comprised the garden, a small park of 33 hectares and a large outer park
of 300 hectares. The visitor arrived by one ...
... to avoid the crowds around the Mona Lisa and spend most of our time looking at the hundreds of sculptures. We were very impressed by the sheer size and detail in the marble work; the artists even took the time to carve veins in the feet. The apartments of Napoleon III were also interesting, showing a glimpse into the grandeur of the past. I also loved the biggest painting I have ever seen, The Coronation of Napoleon. Sure the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo were great ...
Paris is: An exquisite scarf in just the right colour at the tiny store on the corner of the street. A sweet,red,strawberry,dripping with juice,the size of a small apple. A rendition of "somewhere over the rainbow" by trumpet from an upstairs window in the back streets. Children pushing little wooden sailboats with a stick around the fountain in Le Jardin Luxembourg. Endless beautiful architecture and palaces. Rude and ...
... an offering of gratitude for my travels so far. I have been feeling the weight of tiredness, of always being alert to everything and the isolation at times. When you add the complexities of organising travel, meals, accommodation, trying to do everything in a foreign an unfamiliar language etc all the time, it is easy to feel the weariness and be weighed down by it. I certainly have been aware of it and needed to acknowledge it for myself so I could regain ...