Ibis Paris Xeme Lafayette
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... we can drop our bags off. We try to check in at a self service kiosk. We answer all these same questions again. Again, as we are about to finish, we get a message to say that we can't check in on-line. The man tells us that we will need to queue up to check in and drop our bags off.
The queue is very long. There are hardly any check-in desks open. We queue up for about half an hour. When we get to the front of the queue the lady tells us that one of our bags is ...
... had a glorious view of Paris. I then perused the two exhibitions, preferring the one of Mona Hatoum, an eccentric and interesting artist with some pieces that I found quite interesting. One was a room covered completely in stick-straight barbed wire. Another was an entire room filled with carefully-placed glass marbles creating a large map of the Earth. She did a lot with maps and aerial footage of different places, which ...
After an interrupted night's sleep--finally had to close the window for the noise, and bid adieu to the breeze--we made a late start to our day. Our first order of business was to visit the pharmacy across the street--I, Judith, inadvertently left a prescription medication at home. A very droll and helpful pharmacist accepted my small clipping from my last refill, and found the same drug, although in a stronger dose. We agreed it would work if I just break off a 25% ...
... we had picked out the day before. Nothing reminds you of how out of shape you are like climbing up the Eiffel Tower and the steps to Sacre-Coeur in the same afternoon!
That evening we went out to dinner at a small restaurant in Neuilly, just outside of Paris, with my mom's friend Marie. Most of the items on the menu were very traditional French foods: Ox tongues, duck liver, fish, raw beef. We stuck with the cheeseburger and got a fairly ...
Paris- our last European city.
We arrived in Paris on Thursday afternoon and checked into our apartment. Another nice place with two bedrooms, a kitchen and a washing machine. The apartment was around the corner from a busy market place with butchers, bakers, fruit sellers, flower sellers, cheese makers and a choclatier. We left the boys in the apartment and Max and I went foraging for food. As Liam was still a little under the weather we decided we would eat in. The butcher ...