Hotel Louvre Bons Enfants
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... the river until we came to Notre Dame Cathedral. Lines to get in but the wait was well worth it. Those stained glass ‘rose’ windows are amazing. The size, architecture, fabric of the Church, the Church furniture and other decorations are truly spectacular.
Our next building was City Hall. Again another spectacular building. Of course it is not open to the public. Simple fountains are around ...
... meant dinner would be as good as their cappuccino and croissant. Our assumption proved correct – a delicious veal and pasta dish.
Plat du jour: Chocolate and Mango ice cream from Berthillon’s.
Beverage du jour: Cappuccinos at Le Petit Suisse (thanks Kirsten!)
Factoid du jour: Notre Dame attracts more visitors than the Eiffel tower – about 13 million per year. (Just think what they would earn at $35 per head!!!)
... essentially have one room with two bathrooms! Forrest is staying in my room for now. He loves the "ticky ticky" at night (back tickle) that I have been doing literally since his birth. Lily loves it too.
This is my third visit to Paris. The first with husband #1 in the 60s, then in the 90s with my best buds from college to celebrate our 60th birthdays, and now with my precious family. If only Andy were here too. On none of my previous visits did I enter the ...
May 1 is a public holiday. This means that most things will be closed so I headed out to Monoprix to stock up as if a storm were coming. I also took a quick walk around the nearby mall. The shopping center is filled with many interesting and high end stores. I am sure that I will be returning there soon to explore ...
... streets of Montmartre it was time to get back on the Metro for a visit to the Louvre. Nothing to add really other than to say Tom Hanks did not do the Musee de Louvre justice. Magnificent in every regard! With time running against us we high-tailed it to the Champ de Mars for our 4:30 appointment at Gustave's world famous iron lattice tower. Pre-booking tickets was a god-send as even in Winter the queues are massive. The Eiffel Tower was erected in 1889 as ...