L'Hotel de l'Ile du Saussay
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We decided to stay in the area today and hit a few of the Paris landmarks. It was good that we weren't going to stray very far out of the area. Due to the amazing room darkening blinds in our hotel (full on metal exterior roll down shutters) we didn't wake up till 8:30AM to a pitch black room. When we headed out this morning we stopped at a little Bistro by the Eiffel Tower where Tammy had her now morning ritual of Cafe Creme. This time we ordered some Citrus Crepes with it. ...
... paper. I had to run to the store because I can't really function without some type of tissue. it all turned out ok, and I got to keep shampoo, soap, conditioner, lotion, and an umbrella that were left from the apartment.
We got to Berthillion where we met Max, (remember him?) for the last time. The ice cream was pretty good, and they had lot's of flavors. But it was not very much (understandably) and quite expensive. Then we ran Alexa to the airport (I wanted ...
... It's all a bit nerve-wracking, and made worse if you're used to driving on the left so tend to look right to check for oncoming traffic! Despite all this, Montmartre is just beautiful. I braved the steps up to Sacre-Coeur and was rewarded with spectacular views over the city. Took some great photos, then back down into Montmartre and walked about six blocks to the original Moulin Rouge (which is on a busy ...
... and little pots of yogurt from the store down the street. Then we headed out in the gentle morning drizzle, via metro, to the world's largest museum, the Louvre.
The Louvre is notorious for having ridiculously long lines. We arrived just before opening, thinking that we'd get ahead of the tour groups and such. We approached from the far end of the complex and noticed a small line curling its way through an archway ahead of us. Great! ...
... lovely. We exhaled deeply as we left the gates.
No time to be maudlin though as we had much to do. That afternoon we scooted down into the Metro system and Alan guided us through the maze to get a train over to Rue Cler. This is a quintessential market street, still used everyday by locals but a treat for tourists to see ...