Hotel Louvre Bons Enfants
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... a beef burgandy dinner there., The Quarter Latin is the heart of student Paris—and has been for more
than 800 years. France's oldest university, La Sorbonne, was founded
here in 1257, and the neighborhood takes its name from the fact that
Latin was the common language of the students, who came from all over
... of the Arc. She also told me you can climb to the top! I googled it, and she was right. I think she'll be our tour guide for this trip! We had a great dinner at Cesar's. This is not a tourist restaurant, more for locals, but the food was fabulous!! Au Revoir, for ...
... the Louvre! By 'stumbled', I mean I saw another cool huge building across the river and decided to check it out. Fun things happen when you don't research a place at all, and then just show up there. I had lunch from a patisserie food truck, and it was freaking amazing. A sandwich on an amazing baguette and a pain du chocolat - pastry with chocolate. Words cannot describe the perfect buttery chocolately meltyness that was that pastry. Then I went into the. Louvre! After ...
... last night.
After exploring the Museum of Rodin and then leisurely strolling through the gardens and having a lovely lunch sitting outside under the trees, we rented bikes and set out through the city. What a fun way to explore! I loved the freedom, the feeling of the wind in my hair and having no place to be. It is so much better than walking! And with 20,000 bikes for rent plus people on their own bikes, Parisians are used to bikers and mostly considerate of ...
I suppose you're all thinking that I spent the entire night in the bar again before dragging myself back to the hostel. Well for once you’re wrong because I had a massive day ahead of me as I left Paris and headed for Amsterdam!
This travelling isn’t as easy as you might think. My dad says research is important so I don’t miss out on anything, though 35 hour days would be helpful. Jeez there’s a lot ...