Ibis Paris Bercy Village 12eme
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... away so we decided to walk there first - took a while and then we queued to buy a 2 day Museum Pass before climbing the spiral staircase to the top - good views and quite warm and sunny.
Then a quick stop for lunch at Macdonalds on Champs Elysee before continuing walk to the Louvre - fortunately our Museum Pass let us avoid the queues and we went to the head of the queue and did the ...
... I'll get to hug Summer and kiss her all over her head and nose. I didn't know I could miss a dog so much.
At the same time, I'll be saving my money back up, planning my next trip, and keeping in touch with some of the amazing people I've met on this trip. Adam is visiting for Thanksgiving, Brendan will be doing a North America tour next summer, and I'm sure the rest I'll see in other parts of the world.
I can't say I know exactly what ...
... was perfect, Kaelyn had a salad and wasn't sure what kind of meat would appear (she was just hoping it wasn't duck...it turned out to be tuna), Alyssa had a shrimp cocktail that turned into baby shrimp over sliced avocado, tomatoes and an odd orange dressing and mom ordered a steak that turned out to be seasoned raw beef. Everyone but Alyssa enjoyed their meals, so Alyssa got an extra order of mashed potatoes, just to ...
... story is fantastic!). One last knock on the window from Berni, a quick wave and we were gone :-( Our train had one stop at Strasbourg before it was all systems go to Paris. Our carriage had a couple of families with young children so screaming tantrums were a common occurrence for at least the first hour. After that we had silence and could write our blog, have a beer, enjoy our sandwiches and watch as the train sped up. We hit 320km/h ...
... We walked for hours through little side canyons, scoping out shops, drinking in the view. The Hotel de Ville stands within a massive open place, tree lined and teeming. We moved around the area checking out money changing and local SIM cards. This, right next to the Seine. We crossed the river, beautiful and blue, walked into tour-tourism-full streets and trinket shops to Notre Dame. The lines for entrance marked a pilgrimage/penitence for those ready to give hours to waiting. ...