Hotel Paris Villette
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... the artists area (nothing like it was 30+ years ago).
We now headed back to the Seine river for our cruise at last! That was relaxing and finished as it started to rain for the first time today.
From there we walked to Saint Chapelle. Although undergoing a lot of long term restoration this church is beautiful and different.
From here we walked home and stopped off at a local brasserie for a ...
... had a longer rest then.
Time to hit the streets! We had decided, on recommendation from a parent of Jane's, to see 'The Paris Story'. It tells of the development of Paris from its early days through to current times. It was a good concept but the sound and translation via headphones left a bit to be desired. As we were waiting for that show we visited the Lindt store next door and were greeted with a young man generously giving away Lindt ...
... 1500 now it is 3300 kilometers! I feel proud! Once I got to Caen, I ran (with my heavy backpack!) to the nearby mall to reload my SIM card and to grab a bite to eat. I only had 30 minutes and I am glad I know the city! I had a wonderful train ride just watching the countryside and writing the review. Once I got into Paris, my heart fluttered. Nothing, I repeat, nothing compares to Paris. It is a city of wonders. However, at the moment, it was raining. It rained ...
... t much you can do without the 'puter, so I paid the idiot tax (second round trip metro ticket) to go home and retrieve it.
Later that evening after I got home, Ellie peed in my shoe. After dinner when...
WOH! Back it up!!!! Did you say peed in your shoe?! Yes, she nailed it. To clarify: not ON the shoe. IN the shoe. And not any old shoe. My nice new shiny black work shoes. And right after she surreptitiously did it, she ...
... falling leaves exposing the delicate branches and obscured details on buildings by the bank, and of course the satisfying crunch of leaves underfoot. A leisurely stroll along the rive droite took us to the Louvre palace.
Standing before the Louvre complex, it's impossible not to be awe-struck by the sheer magnitude of the palace with its wings stretched before us. This brings back memories of our day tour of Paris while on ...