Hôtel Restaurant Le Grand Monarque
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... with some unplanned pleasant surprises.
With my iPhone GPS as our map we headed in the general direction of the Eiffel Tower. We stumbled on to The Pantheon, which is a mausoleum, designed in a Greek neoclassic style. It is a relatively new building completed in 1790, and houses the remains of some of the notables of Paris. Apparently it takes a pretty good pay grade or ...
... in French until we got stuck then they would revert to English. I didn't feel too confronted with this, and all in all they were really fun conversations. A little daunting sometimes, but I learned so much French from it. Surely in the end that's the whole point of travelling! I can imagine those ignorant tourists speaking English and expecting an English reply, only to be spoken to in French (shock horror) would then feel that the French are snobby. Though ...
... to be picked up , which it was.
The customers also were interesting, the French tasting every little piece of food with smacking noises and hand gesticulating , usually with a knife or fork in it. The new comers, like me obviously needling guidance which they were given and a few girls in groups flirting with the waiters. One very garrulous Frenchman had an Asian wife, or girl friend, who did nothing the whole meal except play with her then ...
... 8217;s company built Paris’ most recognizable monument for the 1889 World’s Fair to mark the 100-year anniversary of the French Revolution, many regarded the massive iron structure with skepticism. Today, the Eiffel Tower, which continues to serve an important role in television and radio broadcasts, is considered an architectural wonder and attracts more visitors than any other paid tourist attraction in the world. Several hundred ...
... the hotel we started taking guesses as to which floor we’d be on…the choices being 1-31. The aim was to see who was closest. Shelley said 23, Mike said 22 (he hadn’t heard Shelley’s guess), Liam said 31 then changed to 13. Abbie said 15, Ollie had originally said 17 but changed to 5 to increase his chances.
The winner…was Shelley, although if Liam hadn’t changed his mind he would have won. We are on the TOP floor in ...