Hotel du Plat d'Etain
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... The rest is history!
We then jumped on a boat and went for a cruise up the Seine River learning some history and seeing some of the Paris icons. We also tried french crepes which were quite nice. We rounded off the day by visiting the catacombs. As we were getting good a queuing by now the hour wait was a breeze and we talked to a couple girls visiting from the US which helped to pass the time. Liam was happy as he saw lots (and lots and lots) ...
... colors with richly embroidered collars and sleeves. The market itself is busy: stalls offering huge chunks of meats including goat, mounds of fresh fish, and exotic fruits and vegetables, and shouts of vendors hawking their products and prices. It seems that we have left France and have been transported to Africa. I spot Toto- a shop selling the African fabrics right in the heart of the market. However, even though the prints ...
... saw the Venus of Milo, Napoleon III apartment, and most of the other really popular works. I spend 4 hours walking around and still probably only saw half or ¾ of the museum. After, I enjoyed a sandwich in the gardens. It was very relaxing. Before heading back to grab my bag at the hostel. I picked up a few souvenirs. After grabbing my bag, I headed to the train station. The commute home was interesting to say the least. My train took off just after 7pm. I had 2 changes ...
Day two in Paris commenced with breakfast at the hotel, made interesting by sharing the dining room with two other groups. Those that managed to get in ahead of the rush enjoyed a decent continental breakfast (and most importantly for me, a decent cup of tea!).
The faces on the buses were significantly brighter than the previous day, although we did discover that we cannot get Wi-Fi on the bus (but apparently the autopilot works, hey Fred!). We got ...
... Should have taken up that career in advertising
Getting back to the campaign, our plans to do all this sadly took a dump when we discovered that the cheapest flag we could find was 3 Euros....
But lets end on a more pleasant note. In the years to come, when I look back, the most enduring memory I'll have of Paris will be of the evening sun shining down the quiet old streets of our neighborhood in the 16th ...