Hotel La Louisiane
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... replica despite being painted from memory.
8. Charles-Francois Lebrun (1739–1824), the third consul alongside Napoleon and Cambacérès. Under the First Empire, he took the place of prince-architrésorier. He holds the sceptre.
9. Jean Jacques Régis de Cambacérès (1753–1824), arch-chancellor prince of the empire. He takes the hand of justice.
10. Louis-Alexandre Berthier (1753–1815), minister ...
... a bunch of other people. It was cool but way too many people.
After I finished that I walked around a bit and looked at some of the shops then headed down. I decided I wanted to get away from the super touristy area so I walked to a side street where I found so cool shops.
When I got back that night Alison had tried to buy a Buche de Noël but couldn't find one so bought some other treats instead. It was super ...
... we came out we had a huge laugh - Ian and I noticed the Eiffel Tower through the trees, but Ed didn't, and he couldn't understand why we were looking at some trees! Eventually he worked it out and had a huge grin on his face.
We decided on French onion soup from the market for very late lunch and then walked back to the apartment, exploring the neighbourhood more.
Back at the apartment we ...
... it should have been called the 'Miscellaneous Pirate Related Ride.' Between these two rides, we experienced Adventure Island, exploring caves and swing bridges.
From Adventure Land to Fantasy land then, and exploring Alice in Wonderlands hedge maze. Here we also knocked off a grim Pinocchio ride, a Fairy tales cruise, a spin on the Mad Hatters Tea Cups and the infamous Its A Small World Ride. Infamous for being creepy and monotonous and rightly so!
The last area ...
... lunch: beef and noodles. Meh- wasn’t that great but the dessert was fantastic—I don’t remember the name carraficio?
I took at walk up Rue Caulaincourt and I found the Montmartre Cemetary. I only had a short time because it was closing in ten minutes. I’ll have to go back tomorrow. I followed by guide book’s directions to get up the hill in Montmartre to Sacré Coeur. I walked through the artists ...