Ibis Budget Paris Porte d'Aubervilliers
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... was because we had bought something called the Paris Passport, which entitled us to unlimited transport, entry into most museums for 4 days, a bus tour and another river cruise. It is also very convenient. Our new hotel is really nice. It's a 2 min walk to the opera house and we have a small balcony onto the small street at the front of the hotel. It's also a good size and the rooms has been recently refurbished. Tomorrow we are going to go out to ...
... I wouldn't take anything for granted again.
The next night, I FaceTimed Nick and he was showing me some of his father's things he had found. One was a coin with an Italian restaurant's name on it. I googled it and found that it was nearby. The next morning, I found the restaurant on my walk home from class in Piazza Santa Maria... literally down the street from my apartment. Small world. Rest in peace, Mr. Dummar.
Thursday afternoon, I was relieved that my midterm ...
... a disappointment. I ordered eggs benedict, which was good but not outstanding. My advice would be to check out the gift shop and use the upstairs bathroom while you are there (by far the largest we've encountered here) and skip the overpriced and overhyped fare. Next we went to the Orsay Museum. They have a bunch of Rodin sculptures and Van Goghs and works by Degas and the Impressionists. It was wonderful! Mom was especially impressed with their stained glass doorways. We ...
... up the Eiffel Tower, go down! We took the Paris Sewer Tour! Wow....it was dark, and very authentic, complete with smells and a walkway beside a functioning Paris sewer. For an eight year old that loves to talk about poo and pee, Thomas loved it and we all learned what a major feat it is to provide this city with clean water and to get rid of ...
... travelling the Metro all day. A man gets on with his old lady shopping trolley with the bag removed and just the frame and wheels remaining. He has his speaker and amp and an old walkman gaffer taped to it, and a paper coffee cup taped to the handle. He plugs in a saxophone and starts to play. It was really beautiful music, but I couldn't stop looking at the way he had everything hooked up - dad would have loved it! I got off at the Louvre station and it opens up under the ...