Hotel de l'Empereur
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... asked me to go to Paris with you?”
“Yes, I remember it well,” John whispers in my ear. “I knew the night I met you that you were the special person I was looking for to accompany me on this adventure.”
I recall John telling me that ten months ago, in Santa Monica, CA, he entered a waiter’s race in front of his best friend’s restaurant, Yankee Doodles. It was a celebration of ...
... much as we can throughout the rest of the museum before it closes at 6pm. After walking out, we hang around the courtyard of the Louvre for some time, walk through a stunningly beautiful park called Jardin Des Tuileries with a giant Ferris wheel, and make our way back towards the Eiffel Tower. We meet up with our tour guide, Carl (buying a tour ticket was the only way to get to the top, since it sold out), and while getting told over and over about ...
... for a better quality cell if you had enough money. There was one outdoor area and when we went there we saw spikes pointing downwards that were stuckto the walls so that prisoners couldn't climb to freedom. Lastly, we went to the pompidu center. There, we saw a lot of intriguing modern art. There also was an exhibit on games, so my brother and I went there and played a few interesting games such as time chess.
We went on ...
... cooked. Then they bring you a beautiful salad, then a plate of steak slices in the most unbelievable sauce accompanied by terrific frites (french fries). Then the waitress returns after awhile and refills your plate. When you come up for air, you then order dessert -- always profiteroles for us. Needless to say we skipped dinner!!!
... de Nord station and decided to try the Metro and two station changes to get closer to our accommodation. It was hard work to fight through the crowds with luggage and then up stairs when the elevators were non existant or broken. It was only a short work from the final station to our ...