Ibis Paris Porte De Bercy
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... a very light drizzle.....everything I might have hoped Paris would be.
From here, we jumped in a cab and headed to L'Eglise de la Madeleine (Church of Mary Magdeline) to see Mozart's Requiem, his famous funeral mass that he composed for himself, only to pass halfway through finishing the composition. His predecessor finished the mass for him after his death. I actually performed in this Requiem when I was in high school, and a few times ...
... is an oasis of calm; there is nothing rushed or pushy here.
Here I see that for French Women, less is definitely more.I feel almost intimidated, but at the same time appreciative. There is definitely a certain je ne sais quai, a sort of quiet confidence exuded by French women, and this store epitomises that quality.They have envious personal style.
Lucky for us, we had just enough time to visit the OMG store that is ...
... hoping the next street sign matched the one on the map when I realized if it didn't match, I would just try again and take it one step at a time. Life happens how it's supposed to and it's all equally beautiful. My anxiety of catching a train will not get me to that train any faster. My anxiety of anything will not do me any good.
We have kids from NATO families meaning they come from all around the world. We have a couple of British kids that could talk ...
It's Tour day! We woke up and re packed our bags, had breakfast and set off for the Musee d'Orsay which is the old railway station they have converted into a museum where we saw Van Gogh, Edgar Degas, Manet, Renoir just to name a few. There are no photos allowed to be taken inside this one but the artwork was amazing. After a baguette on the stairs outside we went ...
... can be rented out.
Here's what we learned very quickly. Getting around with kids in Paris is HARD. More so for us since Emmanuel needs help with the steps and we take his walker with us when there's going to be lots of walking, so thats one more thing to carry.
We thought we would take the bus so that Carissa could get the hang of using the bus. After all the bus would probably be running empty on the weekend. Wrong. It was packed. In fact it was as ...