Hotel Villa Margaux Opera Montmartre
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... of the Arc de Triumphe. I had not realised that it was possible to climb to the top of the structure and decided to tackle it on this occasion, shamefully struggling to keep pace up the numerous steps with some large tourists from the deep south of the US. It was a clear day and the view from the top was excellent - with the gleaming towers of the business district in one direction, the familiar sight of the Eiffel Tower in another and ...
... leading into/inserecting into the iconic Arc De Triomphe monument, and visited the arc as well. [War monument to commemorate the fallen french commisioned by Napoleon 200 years ago]
... saver Eurail pass before we left the states, so it is frustrating that we still have to pay to reserve seats on the train. It is what it is and we do as the Europeans do. We went out and ate dinner pretty late, but the food was good and the people watching was great! Then we walked a few minutes to see the Eiffel Tower at night. It never gets old to see the Eiffel Tower and to see it at night is quite amazing. So, we stayed a bit to admire the lights and then headed home to go to ...
... have been very very busy, understanding how PayPal does Mobile, learning the job, the people, the expectations and the issues.
The people at the office are all very very nice and friendly. Since its a relatively small office, say about 100 people in total, everyone knows everyone and it feels very warm. The lingua franca is English, but if everyone involved in the conversation or meeting is French or fluent in French ...
... specialty food stores (which are closed on Sunday). Fortunately, the chocolatier was open, and Irene found a few items for gifts. Turning down rue Royale, a street filled with such glitzy names as Gucci, Dior, Cartier, etc., Dee was tempted by a crystal vase she spotted in the Baccarat display window, which was priced at a modest 20,000-euros. When advised this purchase would bust our credit card limit, she thankfully lost interest.
Onward to ...