Mercure Raspail Montparnasse
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... we decided to take the metro from Pigalle to Solferino stations, good choice although Lynda did not like the metro one bit. Claustrophobic and too many fare dodgers jumping over barriers. But I did get back to within cooee of home back in the 7th district. A quick bite of Chinese and it was off to bed for us - totally shot for the day. No night life for the Hancy's - we're early to bed - can't hack the pace of ...
... Peanut butter is rich in protein, Nutella is sugar rich. The one grocery store (Monoprix) that carries it, unfortunately only carries the worst brand but I'll Skippy telling you which that is. We missed peanut butter so much, that when one of our neighbors told us they were visiting in Paris and wanted to meet up, we also asked them to bring along a couple of jars.
Our street - We live in probably the friendliest neighborhood in the entire United States. ...
... and were loving the atmosphere and friendly staff and thinking about having desert. Meanwhile the barman/owner - about 50 years old and balding, with a pot belly and sweating profusely on this warm evening - had a growing crush on Kate. He kept topping up our glasses, the last time he kept pouring even when I said will you please stop that. But it was ok - we were enjoying ourselves, enjoying the company and having a laugh. It started to be a bit weird when he ...
... arrival was the blaring "test" announcement that they ran on the loudspeaker during our first 20 minutes in the museum, about the imperative need to evacuate the museum immediately--needless to say, it caused much confusion, and was incredibly obnoxious.) I managed to connect with my Assyrian heritage some more in the museum's excellent Near Eastern Antiquities section (which includes the world's only original complete Code of Hammurabi!). My other takeaway ...
... de Milo and other great works of art. The place is so big, it would take you weeks to see everything. We walked back to our hotel after a very exhausting day of walking. We had dinner at our favorite little American Diner by our hotel. I think we are becoming regulars as they asked if we would be coming back before we leave Paris. Tomorrow is Versailles and Arch de Triumph. We also plan to do some last minute souvenir shopping , ...