Hotel Saint Charles
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... of wasting our time. Having to wait 20 minutes before the waiter finally came to take our order and then asked to order more was just the height of rudeness, something that probably is unthinkable in US or India.Finally we walked out of the hotel since we just were not in the mood to order two tasteless pizzas just because he felt we should have more food! That was the second bad experience we had with the Paris people, others were courteous and at least tried ...
... changing 'lanes', stopping, starting, just missing getting hit ~ all constantly occurring before our eyes! Somehow it just works & no accidents. Unbelievable to be part of it! We got to the Arc by way of underground steps. It was a bit eerie standing under the Arc trying to reflect on the memory of those whose lives were lost in wars amid the crazy traffic circumnavigating their way around us at the same time. Next we went to ...
... we knew it we had arrived. We said goodbye to the mountains but the scenery was still lovely to look at during our train journey and as we approached Madrid the highest capital of Europe we did see mountains with snow in the distance.After arriving we got our bearings, we walked to our hotel, chilled for a while before going out to explore and have a beer.There is so much to see of great interest in Madrid we will have to return another time and stay a few days. The ...
... had duck with green salad. We then had dessert - Stephen had the chocolate cake, all beautifully cooked and runny in the middle whilst I had the cheese platter - amazing. For me, the best thing about Paris has been the food. Stephen had a cognac and I had a raspberry aperitif - powerful stuff. When we tipped the waitress, she went and got us a vanilla rum aperitif to finish off and wished us a bone annee (happy new year). Off to the Louvre ...
Today's self-guided tour began at Point Zero, the exact center of France in front of the majestic Notre-Dame. It's hard to imagine the faith of the people who began building this structure in 1163 knowing they wouldn't live to see it completed 200 years later. The flying buttresses alongside the church support the roof, freeing the inside walls for beautiful, light-infusing stained glass. After touring the church, we climbed the 400 steps to ...