Hotel Ariane Montparnasse
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All I want to do right now is take a nap but instead I'm sitting in the lobby waiting for my room to be ready
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... ever felt, he was soon into his gloves, boots and jackets. Anyway - back on the train we expressed right past the station we were meant to get off at. With some assistance from the train man we hopped off at the next stop to turn around and come back only to discover that the return train was running an hour late. So a mistake of 20 minutes took us nearly 2 hours to correct. When we managed to get off at the correct station the next trick was to find our way to the hotel. After a while ...
... is part of the fun right? Especially when you have a very right timeline.
I strolled strolled through a big park lining a canal with amusement rides, museums and a cirque de solei tent. No food though and I was getting hungry.
I found a main street with a few cafes so I stopped in for a coffee to while a way some time while I waited for the restaurants to open for lunch. Alas, a cafe negro is just an espresso shot in a tiny cup. Lasted all ...
... school. I never thought I would actually see and climb it. Major bucket list item ticked off.
Nice to just slow down today, and cruise. Good food, something to see around every corner. Paris is a romantic city, a city of beautiful architecture, history everywhere, food that has to be tried, and the sexiest language, especially when a good looking girl talks to you.
Every 3-4 blocks they have 5 electric cars, all plugged into power point, ready to go. ...
... the Seine. We discovered that the city of Paris trucks in tons of sand every year to create ‘la Plage de Paris’ a resort-like beach right on the banks of the Seine – beach chairs and beach umbrellas and all. We then popped back up onto the streets proper and saw more of the seemingly endless examples of incredible architecture and old technology. We saw; Saint-Chapelle,; La Conciergerie, the prison in which Marie-Antoinette (and many other ...
... start these legs for walking!!
Love to you all, Lanny
ps. I added our address above. If you want to Google the address, you'll see what part of town we are in. It is definitely the Asian part of town. Lots of sushi, noodles and ramen available! The amazing thing is that, as many of these restaurants as there are, they are packed every night! People from all over Paris come to this area to eat.