Ibis Paris Porte d'Italie
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... which was formally a railway station is a work of art itself. It has several clocks, one of which was used in the movie Hugo. We headed back to our hotel - we are now in a lovely little hotel in the Latin Quarter - to change and headed out to our organised meal at the Eiffel Tower and boat ride. We were transported to the tower as part of a largish group and had to sit with non English speaking Italian strangers at the restaurant for our meal. We were at ...
... for the pipe organ which turned out to be where we started under the main rose window over the western facade where we entered. Afterwards we lunched on baguettes (what else!) in the park behind the cathedral. Compared to my visit in 1999, the toilets this time were free of charge without the mad toilet lady and virtually no queue. I think the time of year and weather are giving us a better run but it means very little sunshine. Last time in Paris there were ...
Well that was our worst night at sea, we all looked like drunken sailors trying to navigate the hall ways. I was very glad to get on land then in the air off to Paris. Barcelona looked very beautiful,at least what we saw. Maybe someday we will be ...
... br> So I'm walking down the street the way I'm meant to go when I stumbled upon an old cemetery. You should have seen some to the grave stones. Talk about fancy. So as I'm going through I'm taking photos, when I stop ask for directions, and I toss the map. So much easier to just ask.
Along the way I was hoping there would be some sort of indercation of X marks the spot. Like a neon sign or something. Well I found it along with about 500 other people all lining ...
... struck. When we reached the stairs down to the Metro line, I pulled the wad of cash out of my pocket at Rachelle's urging, to discover that 250 euros had magically become 20 euros wrapped around 6 U.S. dollars. Filled with an equal mixture of admiration at his slight of hand, shame at my own stupidity, and blind, murderous rage, I hightailed back to the Travelex booth, but of course he was long gone by this point. As the old saying goes - "If something seems too good to be ...