Hotel Quartier Latin
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... wet. We purchased our tickets and within 45 minutes we were zooming to the top of the Tower, unfortunately it was not a good day to be so far up in the sky. The winds were cold and bitter and the rain still persisted. Certainly not the best day to be at the top of this iconic tower.
Another trip on the metro followed by a short bus ride saw us back at our hotel around 5pm. Dinner was at the shopping centre again.
Our European ...
... for the Louvre. As an added bonus, her degree is in Theater Arts, which she brings to her tours (which this one was geared for the kids as a scavenger hunt throughout the Louvre). Charlotte immediately captivated Gavin and Cate's attention as well as ours. While the tour was geared for the kids, Jeff and I listened and learned right along with them. In 2.5 hours, we visited all three wings of the Louvre, saw many of the most ...
... We decided to wait in line and although we ended up waiting for over 3 hours, it was definitely worth every minute. The interior decorations, without even mentioning the art itself, purely awestruck me. The gold encrusted pillars reaching from bottom to top, leading to the intricately painted arched ceilings. Amazing.
Inside The Louvre, we visited the lady herself. Miss Mona Lisa. I have to say I was a little bit confused as to what the fuss was all about; ...
... stores clearly one visit was not going to suffice, 2 hours later from shoe department Lexi and I came up for air from level one with some super cute Guess purchases.
Lexi loves her shoes so much she wanted to sleep with them, and keeps wiping every mark, Bless her.
So with shopping in hand and a day full of new experiences we ventured back to our loft. For a quiet evening in.
... I had embarked on, although he was very helpful and cute. I just don't like French men. I kept thinking about the movies waiting for me on my widescreen TV viewed from my King size bed, so after the not so spectacular chicken dish I gapped it back upstairs. I managed about 15 minutes of a film before my extreme fatigue took over and I half comered, half slept the rest, of the night away in the most enveloping bed I had been in in months.
I woke up in the morning feeling ...