Hotel Villa Margaux Opera Montmartre
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... on rides and meeting characters and the parade. Kate thought she got stung by a bee on her derrière (see what I did there) until she was advised of the appropriate first aid. When we were returning to the hotel almost everyone had fallen asleep. Some people cuddled and fell asleep with their massive toys they'd bought from Disneyland. I'm sure everyone fell asleep straight away after getting into their rooms. Our tour across the western front begins ...
... I spent most of it on buses.
We caught the Metro back to the hotel again and tonight, just had cuppa soup and Ritz crackers. Probably doesn't sound appealing, but by the time we actually got home it was closer to 9pm. It is now 11pm in Paris and my eyes are popping out of my head!
It is time to go to bed and sleep off this exhaustion. Until tomorrow. Have a good day.
Love Brooke & Mal
... Paris' historic passageways created in the early 1800's and soon we were off following him with map in hand determined to find some of these hidden treasures. When we found them we couldn't believe how cool they were. When you walk through them it is like stepping back in time. They have an art deco feel and have little bistros and shops filled with interesting antiques and art work. They became some of our favorite places to stroll through in all ...
... each other trying to get as close as possible to the Mona Lisa. But again, I am not that into art. Overall, Paris surprised me. I did not think I would like Paris. But, Paris proved its beauty. The streets are old and authentic like Florence (they actually remind me a lot of Florence's streets) but it has the modernism and feel of a big city. Also, Paris has a lot of grand palaces, monuments and gardens hidden within its city to surprise visitors. I did not get close to ...
... city block.. First inaugurated in 1893, the Galeries Lafayette department store is now a Paris fashion institution. It is an essential stop for fashion enthusiasts: men and women's designer collections are always kept at the cutting-edge, and the latest trends in jewelry and accessories, home furnishings, ...