Doisy Etoile Hotel
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Tuesday Oct. 20th
It is cold this morning and we have found out the results from the election. We are happy that Harper is gone. now it will be very interesting to see where we go from here.
After driving the autoroute for awhile we ventured off to the side roads to see the countryside. In and around Beaune there are acres and acres of vineyards but we didn't see any chateaus but I'm sure if we looked for them we would have found some. There is lots of farmland here as ...
... The walk to the top didn't
phase us as we are used to walking up 14 flights of stairs to our apartment. We also checked out the Picasso museum in the Marais.
To stem the rumours that I have not been wearing a suit I will include a photo of me taken with Chris's iPod. In fact all the photos are taken with Chris's iPod as we can't transfer photos from the Camera. There would be more photos of me however I am the one carrying the camera.
... which despite being priceless became repetitive with smelly-I-can't-move-my-shoulders-crowds -hands-in-my-pockets-so-no-one-can-stea l-my-phone-or-camera. Sad to say the highlight of the palace was a sign that said selfie sticks were banned :p After this trip I hate selfie sticks; I kinda want to use them as batons or night sticks on people, they are EVERYWHERE through turkey and France. Everywhere. After four weeks of wading through crowds getting out of the way of ...
When we came out of the museum, we were in full sun. Aw, spring! The weather changes quickly. We walked to the Marais neighborhood where lots of people had decided to stroll in the sunshine on a Sunday afternoon. This area is a upscale shopping and restaurant neighborhood, full of life and activity. Not far from there is Shakespeare and Company, an English bookstore crammed with books in English. We enjoyed browsing ...
... s Tomb that served exceptional coffee and morning tea.
It's been getting progressively colder and my coat is not keeping up so off to the Champs-Elysees to find something more appropriate. On the way we move through marketplaces set up for the Christmas period containing various foods. Matt is in heaven when he sees the variety of items and just about wets himself when we happen upon a fromage (cheese) display that seemed endless.
We find my new coat ...