Hotel de l'Empereur
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I think we're finally on the other side of jet lag. I'm thankful we listened to each other and eased into Paris. How one does that amazes me but it helps to have an apartment beyond our expectations. Traveling from London to Paris was easy. A very nice man, Matthew, sat next to us and the 3 of us talked the entire time. We hope Matthew peeks in at our blog. At the airport we were greeted by our shuttle driver and felt important when we saw our name on ...
... jostling along and the smells of the curry and such coming from the doors of the food vendors and bars was powerful even for me who has little of a nose.
Suddenly we were passed by a man going the other way with pants but no shirt and blood was streaming down his chest and abdomen from a head wound. He was complaining loudly, but obviously walking. Just as quickly we heard sirens which I took to be an ambulance, but no sooner had we ...
... use today and always the first bell rung when the church bells toll.
One of the purposes justifying its construction was that the poor could use it as protection during the cold Parisian Winters. A really nice reason and hopefully my cynicism is not misplaced.
Because of the communication problems we stayed in the coach more than one usually would as the guide could use the coach speaker system to explain the area, buildings and other relevant stories ...
... art. It is a very interesting building as it has all the services on the outside, stairs, lifts, water pipes etc. in the square it sits there are bright coloured art sculptures in a fountain along with some street art on the building walls. For lunch we all had traditional French crepes - mine was savoury but everyone else opted for sweet. Very ...
... memory impressions from the last visit during one evening of early March, some years ago when I was almost alone with her.
Walking through the crowded galleries I felt the migraine was about to start, so I left the Louvre to the pouring rain outside. It could have been Angelina’s hot chocolate and not the crowds but nevertheless I felt better outside, and walked by the Quais, over the pont Neuf, back to Place Saint Michel and rue de la ...