Citotel Saint Jacques
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... and the respectful peaceful silence even thought there were hundreds of people there. It was an "oh mon dieu" moment. I could go on and on. Le Tour Eiffel, Notre Dame, the Louvre, the Seine, so many beautiful places and so much history. So that's how you do sparks in a day ( or three ). Today we are walking to some markets have a brunch then heading off later this afternoon to catch our flight to ...
... too, Laura. He's very thorough with all the rules & the way things work (especially day one) which being the sort of person I am, I like! Once we got to France we got the hotel (I'm sharing a tiny little room with another woman who's travelling on her own - a kiwi who's been working in London for a while and has just been to Barcelona and will be going to Maine in U.S. after the tour! She's used to sharing (in hostels) & doing things cheap, so selfishly, she's ...
... the line is only about 50-100 people, we'll be in in no time! But the line kept moving, with no sign of an end, so we headed through the arch way to see where the people were coming from, and exited in the courtyard of the great glass pyramid. Where we found all the people.
Forget the line - at this speed, we would be waiting until tomorrow to get into the Louvre! However, there are supposedly other places to buy ...
... a few in a balcony which were sold out when we went to buy tickets) so we stood in amongst the crowd in the orchestra!! This seems to be a Paris thing - Ardeth had seen this open hall concept earlier in our stay when she went to see son/singer Daniel Romano of friends Joni and David playing with his group at a nearby venue. Nikki put on a great and lively show- did us Canadians proud - but we have to admit we would ...
... drawings of Abel Pann. Created during the First World War, they depict the persecution of theJews by the Germans, something which was to be repeated with even greater ferocity some 30 years later.
By then it was pretty close to Happy Hour, so we wended our way back to the hotel.
For our final night in Paris we decided to lash out on a decent, and relatively authentic French meal at a nearby restaurant which had been recommended to us. We certainly weren't ...