Mercure Paris Gobelins Place d'Italie
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... At the opposite end of the bridge was a large lawn and fountain where lots of people were relaxing and enjoying the sunshine. We followed suit, found a spot along the wall and rested our feet while enjoying the view of the Eiffel Tower. It really is so pretty. When we felt rested we headed toward the Champs-Elysees which is a large and popular shopping boulevard.
On our way to the shops, we conveniently stumbled upon the Arc de Triomphe which is an arch built in honor ...
... such a beautiful monument to their God in an era before modern building techniques. Nowadays of course, we're beyond such frivolity and just take stupid selfies where the subject of the picture is the fool with with camera and if you're lucky you get a glimpse of the actual site tucked away in the corner, or blurred by the bokeh in the background. Kylie being the progressive girl that she is, has jumped on the selfie bandwagon with gusto - but sadly, without arms ...
... your parents mistakes, and your own mistakes in order to create a brighter future.
Love yourself, and love others. And know that whenever you are feeling alone, He is there to guide you on your path to spiritual enlightenment.
"Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past" -Isaiah 43: 18-19
"For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk ...
... could be heard from miles away, as we happily avoided climbing 100+ stairs! We found ourselves at the Place de Costa Rica, an intersection of several streets, one of which is the rue de Passy, where the Monoprix and many other stores and cafes are situated.
Now on level ground, we strolled along rue de Passy until we reached the Place de Passy, where there is a nice cafe we remembered from our trip back in 2008. ...
... Tower), then continued on to Versailles.
Once we were there, we went to the tourist information office and bought Paris Museum passes for the next few days (the passes cover pretty much every attraction in Paris, except the Eiffel Tower; kids are free at all the museums so we only had to buy two). We then walked to the palace gates, a short walk away.
King Louis XIV (also known as "The Sun King") was well admired – ...