Inter Hotel Bagatelle
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... administrative functions. By the time of the French Revolution it was a prison. Most of those who went to the guillotine, nearly 3000 people, including Marie Antoinette, were kept here before their date with the blade.
Three medieval towers still stand: Caesar Tower, named for Roman Emperors; Silver Tower, where royals funds were supposedly kept; and Bonbec ("good beak"), named for the torture chamber inside ...
... up when a coffee fix appears possible.
We then navigated our way successfully to the Museum D'Orsay which houses paintings from the last 150 years or so and there is a very impressive display of Impressionist works and some more great sculptures. It is also a beautiful building in a restored train station.
The museum passes are great- you feel like a VIP going in through the special entrance smiling smugly at all ...
Okay. I'm giving up on the little tongue-in cheek gag about taking a "virtual vacation." Apparently some of you didn't get the memo that it was a joke. My call-me-crazy impulse was to poke a little fun at our cultural dependency on technology, to pitch myself a raft of s@#t about my INABILITY to use new tech smoothly (I've invented new and colorful words to describe my frustration), and lastly to point out gently ...
... keenly discussing kitchen things while Remy who was brought up in the Loire Valley explained for us on a map all the places we should visit, he wrote out a list and gave us the map. Our host's wife, Melanie, did not feel the need to cook today but welcomed us warmly and looked after the 4 year old and 5 month old girls who both behaved beautifully. We had a good day and feel ...
... Bring on Italy. We're up bright and early for our flight to Rome. Bloody good thing I double checked the airport or we would have gone to CDG when it's supposed to be Orly. We're treating ourselves to a taxi after the stress of getting my bag stuck on the Metro when we arrived.
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Au Revoir ...