Moulin Plaza Hotel
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... photo. Now, let me tell you what I saw -- in more or less, 1,000 words. First I noticed the smiling turtle. Hello! In Paris I should not have been surprised to spot a Donatello, Rafael or Michelangelo. Why can I never recall the fourth TMNT's name? Next, I was transfixed by the Vespa. At one point my imagination got carried away and I saw a whole musical scene breaking out where the waiter had to hop on his Vespa and knock over the chairs and tables ...
... lawns. We played Mille Bourne (fun popular French card game).
Dan and I had played this game when we were kids. Lauren and Cal loved it.
Mille Bornes ...
... but we found ourselves in Paris for Fete de la Federation (Bastille Day to us Americans), and had to join the other 500,000 people to see the fireworks at the Eiffel Tower. While the kids were up until nearly 1am and we had to fight the huge crowds on the metro ride home, I knew it was worth it when in the middle of the show Abby whispered in my ear, 'I'm definitely going to have to come back for ...
... the small, snap frozen. Monoprix is like a department store and supermarket all in one, upstairs you could get clothes, toiletries etc and downstairs was the most amazing fresh food and groceries. After exploring we went to have a drink some food at what was to become our local :o) Happy hour from 5-7p every day and good food at a reasonable price. That rounded out day one and needless to say I was ...
... if you come here: when you arrive at Metro station Abesses, do not, I repeat, DO NOT climb the stairs if you aren't fit, or have already walked a million miles. There are about 200 steps in the beautifully decorated spiral staircase. The walls are painted with poppies and street images of the Montmartre area. Once at the top we found the funicular to take us to the top of the hill to Sacre Coeur. The views of Paris from here are spectacular. You can see for ...