Hotel des Tuileries
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... a single day, people are told to aim for 10,000 steps a day). I would like to go back to Paris at some point in my life and slow things down a bit. I don't think I can really compare the two cities since I live in one (in a homestay) and visited the other (staying in a hotel). I love both cities, they are both unique in their own ways, cultures and histories. My experiences are just to different to compare one another.
Also a side note: there ...
... meat dish in a sort of soup composed of lamb cheeks and something else very soft like sweet breads. Oh, before that we had a smoked herring with beet root, served on a wooden platter, then was very thin cheese slices with a little pot of jam. We also had rhubarb somewhere along the line and the White Chablis transformed into a delicious red.
What was fascinating was the organisation as there were four waiters, three men and a girl plus ...
... little slant to it which was pretty funny. But plenty of room, clean and a fairly big bathroom for european standards. We went downstairs and got a map from the desk manager. We also asked if there was a laundry close by. Pretty much not helpful but we did ask him to put a red circle on the map of our location. Like all big cities, Paris is confusing. But we fully anticipated on getting lost so not a big deal. It was still a sunny day when we headed out to the ...
... 201;lysées and get our photos of the Arc as the side nearer to us is covered in scaffolding. After a rest in the afternoon we visited the infamous Moulin Rouge. We had the dinner which if I'm honest I didn't find impressive at all, the show on the other hand couldn't have been more the opposite. The boys in the show are not great dancers, nor do they remove any clothing, which was a great disappointment to many of us, but the rest of the show holy ****!!! ...
... once a year, apparently tastes **** and is expensive, but still sells.
Having not climbed enough steps to get to Sacre Couer we then climbed another 300 to get to the top of the dome. Great view from the top. Paris is huge. Now I am stuggling to even lift my legs to get into bed.
Enough for today. Oh last nights concert at Sainte Chapelle was good. Probably about 300 people there.