Mercure Paris Gobelins Place d'Italie
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... we could get the 8 o'clock boat for our river cruise on the Seine. We were first in line again and we all got great seats on board the boat. The cruise took about an hour and it was spectacular seeing the sights of Paris with the lights on! The Eiffel Tower was sparkly right on 9! The boat was full of Korean/Chinese and they stood up most of the trip and took photos of themselves with the same poses!! It was quite annoying but it also added to the fun! We headed back to the ...
... I would never do. Take the Hop on Hop off bus tour of Paris. This is Marianne's first trip to Paris and that is something she wants to do. I guess I will have to find some awful colored shorts, an I love NY t shirt, some long Black socks with sandals, hang a giant camera from my neck and join the American tourist crowd. That is it for now. I will let you know if I survive. Definitely more cafe hopping tonight. Maybe I can call it the hop in and hop out cafe tour. More ...
... the beautifully appointed restaurant, and down the Champs-Élysées all lit up with the Christmas lights. Kylie had the Symphonie and a tea, and I had a heart attack - Brought on by the hot chocolate and French toast I ordered. The hot chocolate was like thick soup, but with infinitely more calories. It was delicious. Hard to split the difference between this one and the one at Angelinas, but I would say it wasn't as good as the best hot chocolate I've ever had. ...
... lead to Sacre Couer - it was quite busy and touristy ( we of course are not tourists!). We found the area where we stayed last time, just off the Rue des Martyrs, which got us here! We decided that our neighborhood was even better! After a few glasses of a rosé from Provence (living like the locals!) we visited the butcher, the vegetable store, the cheese shop and the bakery - our ...
... and got off at Blanche which was the meeting point for the "free" walking tour of Montmarte. Starbucks over the road so headed there for breaky, muffin not very healthy but oh well, it's holidays! At least I could have a cup of tea, there's no kettle in our hotel room and we can't have one so I'm withdrawing! Met our guide, Maria who was great. She took us all around, or should I say up and down, the little windy streets of Montemarte, ...