Stars Paris Arcueil Hotel
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... with a stack of papers for an inordinate amount of time and taking several phone calls, the clerk told us we couldn't check in till later. At what time, we wanted to know? More gestures and shrugs and pursing of lips.
We figured we had several hours to kill. Butch and Lynne (who had come to Paris several days ahead of us) were going to the Orsay Museum, so we started out to meet them. We walked across half ...
... Lining up for the 'priority' entry, waiting for the audio that really did not work, trying to find the audio channels, trying to see anything amidst the surging tide of tourists all photographing, photographing, just because - it was almost an endurance event. Added to this (oh no) we went the WRONG WAY!!! Big mistake. French history backwards. So confusing.
Versailles probably needs reverence but today we got postcard moments. We might need to go back one ...
... start these legs for walking!!
Love to you all, Lanny
ps. I added our address above. If you want to Google the address, you'll see what part of town we are in. It is definitely the Asian part of town. Lots of sushi, noodles and ramen available! The amazing thing is that, as many of these restaurants as there are, they are packed every night! People from all over Paris come to this area to eat.
... placed in front of her. She wasn't sick at all this time! Also I think distracting her with awful mind numbing "tweenage"sitcoms helped too. While waiting at Dubai airport I fitted a global SIM card to my iPhone, but it couldn't find a network. Never mind, I thought, it'll work in Paris. Once we we arrived at Charles de Gaulle airport, Adam went to find our driver while Alex and I retrieved the luggage. Adam tried to call Natasza, who was bringing us the key to ...
On Tuesday morning we walk to Sainte Chapelle which is located within the precincts of the Palais of Justice in Paris. Thus, the Gendarmerie control access and security is tight. All the websites note not to carry any knives. I usually carry a Swiss Army knife for cutting fruit or sandwiches, and we walk two blocks before I realise I hadn't taken it out of my bag so I turn around and take it back to the flat. Cath has a coffee and waits for me.