Ibis Saint Gratien
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... where Tatiana is living right now (in a rather grungy section of Paris, I must say, but as safe as most parts of the city), and finally back to the hotel.
I had been told that there might be a room at 10:30, but there was not, so I walked down to the rue Montorgueil, not one of the great tourist attractions, but a really fun street. It used to be one of the gastronomic centers of old Paris. It’s still a foodie’s delight with ...
... was unable to come close because of some difficulty. All the staff seemed to be running here and there, gesticulating but nothing seemed to get going. By 7pm they did board us and we got into the first course immediately. We cruised up to the Eiffel Tower and back. It was just getting dark and the tower put on a light show of blinking lights just as we passed.
by 9.30 we were back home and tired but ready for the next day
... Eiffel Tower, but it was certainly elegant. My favorite part was the section about the French Revolution as I recognized some of the portraits of Louis XVI from my French class and the names of Robespierre and his Reign Of Terror. The best was an original wall hanging that seemed to be partially printed and partially painted of the Rights of Man (like our Declaration of Independence). Having recently read excerpts of the great French enlightenment philosophers in ...
... our purposes for the day quite nicely. We cruised along and got a sense of the city that lines the Seine. Our first sight of Notre Dame was breathtaking and we just had to get off. We didn't have the stamina for the long queue to get in, so we ducked in for a quick coffee before heading north to the Centre G. Pompidou, a controversial 1970s building that has its structure expressed externally. Its bold design features visible ...
... to sleep in, and found ourselves finally up and moving around noon. Our next goal was to make sure we could make our train for the following day, and to activate our Eurail passes. Upon arrival to the train station we found that there was a long line to wait in. An hour later we found out that there were no trains for the next three days....Not good. We had no intention of being in Paris for another day as Riebs needed to be in Brussels for his ...