Hotel du Plat d'Etain
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- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... We found gate "C" where we were instructed to enter the museum but the line was around 200 yards long and not moving. We showed our passes and got nowhere with the museum staff. We sat down to see where we had gone wrong. It was Tuesday. The Lourve is closed. We were an hour late and a dollar short. A museum employee even came and scurried us off the area we were sitting to formulate a plan and by this point the exclusive "C" line ...
... at these shops that only euro shops get.. Jess told me all this.. HA NOT EVEN CLOSE - I am the Doctor of sneaks LOL We had been eating two chocolate croissants for breakfast each morning from a little place down the street from the prison, and they are super fresh and really great. Meals are quite a bit different here on the road then in Canada. Not your typical breakfasts of eggs with lots of meats and potatoes and bread, more so undersized coffees and ...
... days. After a couple of hours of wandering through the different halls looking at items from across the ages and hand painted ceilings that are truly remarkable, we head off for lunch at a local restaurant.
Can I just say, French Onion Soup made in Paris is divine. It's warm and hearty and seems to just taste so much better here.
After lunch we wander through the shops in the Opera district, fighting the ...
... The intersections in Paris are not like the United States at all. They are not in the shape of a T or have roundabouts or merge lanes. Instead the streets are more like spokes on a bicycle. There can be as many as six streets all coming into one lane at the same time. Motorcycles zoom in and out the narrow streets and the cabbie explained the 3 different taxi prices for Paris. It is most expensive to be out after midnight and on Sunday. We never once found an ...
... chaud, so he was a happy camper, especially since it was made with a chocolate paste. After lunch, we thought we should get on with the day and that is also when it started pouring! We waited a few minutes for the rain to lighten and then made our way to the 16th to see the Palais de Toyko. The Palais is now a contemporary art space and it is huge! We saw a number of interesting art installations including ...