Ibis Saint Gratien
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... it was surreal to hear it again in this context. This cathedral dates back to the late 18th century. It took almost 100 years to finish building, which is not surprising since the detail and enormity of it cannot be put into words. It was incredibly powerful to be in that space and feel the history, the energy, and the love that was there. We lit a candle in honor of JP's father who passed when he was 9. We lingered long after the concert, looking ...
... The champagne section alone is the size of an apartment.
Apparently very few foreign brands are allowed into the hallowed halls of this place, which no doubt helps to explain why the French are so very very particular- they just don't do ordinary.
It's hard to leave, and once again I wonder- is two visits to Paris quite enough?
And so, much too soon, we are whisked away from Paris by Eurostar back to London for ...
... and I wouldn't get tired of it. So cute. The community is small enough to stay in one group so we're usually entertaining 5-12 year olds. Have you ever tried to entertain a 5 year old and a 12 year old at the same time?! Typically the 5 year olds end up rolling around on the ground, speaking some imaginary language but it works. We've made lava lamps, silly putty, homemade ice cream, a fruit pizza 4th of July flag, Jeopardy, went on a scavenger hunt, went to 6 Flags of Europe, ...
... a 'posh' area of Paris with huge designer stores and amazing cafés and restaurants before walking back to the hotel to get our bags. Along the way we saw two dog walkers with about 6 dogs each and there was one little Scotty dog being walked by a big dog! He had a strap attached to his collar and the big dog would pick it up in his mouth a lead the little ...
... the buses in Mumbai. We weren't sure where to get off, but I asked some people on the bus and they were very helpful. When it was time to get off the bus I was near the doors, squished in the corner with a stroller but Carissa and the kids were seated in the back. Since it was impossible for her to make it out with both the kids, she picked up Ellie while Emmanuel got passed like a parcel across the bus by helpful passengers to me.
The Jardin du Luxembourg was ...