Hotel Pas de Calais
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... luxembourg, rue mouffetard
Day 5: 8th and 1st arrondissements. Arc de triomphe to the louvres, including champs elysees, place de la concorde, tuilleries
Day 6: Quay de la seine, musée Branly, musée d'Orsay
Day 7: 18th, 9th and 2nd. Montmartre, including sacre coeur, place du tertre, opera, grands boulevards, madeleine, vendrome, passage des panoramas
Day 8: To gare du nord for our train up to Boulogne sur mer and welcome home!!
... when you step several feet away. We learned that Monet would work on several paintings at once, moving to different ones during the day as the light changes.
Next adventure was a long walk down the Champs-Elysees which was full of shoppers, street musicians, and of course thousands of tourists. We ended up at the Arc de Triomphe which was commissioned by Napoleon in 1809. The Arc is engraved with names of all the ...
... to follow you as you move, and, when her eyes locked on mine, I had the strangest sensation of being part of a joke that only she knows.
We saw what we could, and reveled in the collections, the people, the structure itself. Then we headed out into the sultry heat of a summer afternoon in Paris. We strolled through the Tuilleries Gardens and then along the tree-shaded banks of the Seine back to Notre Dame. We wandered through the ...
... Emily found herself a book I knew we wouldn’t walk out of there without one. So we just wandered around looking at all what Paris has to offer.We ended up going to Pablos apartment which was great as I got to go into one of the amazing buildings you see. You walk through this huge heavy wooden door and there you are standing in a courtyard that you see in the movies, cobblestone ground and beautiful green ...
... until we ran into some traffic issues and then he started talking. He decided to take a different route off the freeway and comments that everyone is leaving town for the weekend. Of course the first thought that came to me is everyone found out we were coming and decided it was best to just leave, but then he said this was a holiday weekend for the Day of Ascension which I remembered was ...