Hotel Donjon Vincennes
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... takes place and a consensus is hammered out on what to do in the morning that was just occupied by polling and consensus building. Traveling alone, one has only oneself with whom to argue.
The trouble is there are a whole lot of "ones" in that last sentence . . . ...
Monday 9/22 - Today was a big museum and cathedral day. After breakfast we hopped on the Metro to go to the Louvre Museum. The Metro let us off just a few hundred feet from the entrance. Since we had Museum Passes we didn't have to stand in line - we got right in. We arrived at 9:30 and already it was starting to get crowded. You don't have to be an art lover to realize that this ...
... and every now and again decided to be relatively heavy or soft. We made it close enough to dry and then got up to our line for the lift climb after a bit of confusion. We didn’t actually climb any of the tower leg stairs as they have 600 and something to get to the second level. Instead we were greeted with a lift to the second floor, which was nice and cost and took less than 30 seconds rather than the 10 minutes. We met an American mother with her 3 kids on the tower lift ...
Last day in Paris....we started off pretty slow today. The plan being to go to the Louvre in the afternoon and then Sacred Coeur.
Strolled around our streets for one last look - it was bit more lively because of it being a Sunday. A few local markets, music and stacks of visitors.
The morning got away from us a bit, after having crepes and the lolly shop, so when it was time to go to the Louvre, it was getting close to mid ...
... to their office,
which was greatly appreciated as it was located in what appeared to be a
college, and a little difficult to find. As we were early, one of the staff,
Simon, suggested coffee at the nearby, Secco Boulanger, which was delightful,
with very hard to resist flans. We are slowly working out which coffee to order
– café au lait seems the go!
The tour was led by American, Gill, a delightful, anxious