Hotel Louvre Rivoli
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... 300 steps to the Dome to see that in 360 degrees!
the longest queue to do that deters us today.. Instead we amble around the cobblestone roads full of more folk doing the same.. Cafés overflow to the footpaths with yes..more queues waiting for their touch, taste and drink of Paris. Buskers are plentiful.. Music fills the air.. The smell of oil paint wafts by as many street artists are creating another ..hopeful.. sale for the tourist.
... at a kitty cafe--it's a tea shop with cats you can pet! They have a lot of rules, don't wake a sleeping cat, don't pick up the cats, don't feed the cats blah blah blah. Barbara and I both miss our felines, those cats tomorrow won't even know what hit them after we pet them until our hands crack off at the wrists! Thanks for following along. Hopefully we'll figure out how to upload more photos! ...
... arrondissement, we had to take three metro lines with our suitcases. There are stairs in between and at each end, and unfortunately Paris hasn’t quite moved into the 21st century yet with a distinct lack of escalators on their metro. But we made it, with 50 more bruises and two less phones: two of the guys in the group had their phones stolen, too.
We’re staying in Hotel Ibis ...
... that had taxis but no lineup of people. She told the taxi driver at the front of the line that she had been paid 10 E and that he shouldn't charge anymore than 15E...at least that's how I think the conversation went with my limited french. It all around left a bad taste in my mouth...but we know we have no one to blame but ourselves. We both felt something wasn't right, but we followed along anyway. So what did the taxi driver end up charging us you ask...well, with tip (yes, ...
... Once the tour was finished, we got to smell some of the different perfumes. If we wanted to buy anything, it was at factory price. Awesome! What about that budget again? Oops.
After cracking out my credit card, I headed back to Maxim's for the tour. There were quite a few French people this time, I think I was the only foreigner. I was also the youngest by about 15 years. I'm really lucky to have stumbled across this as not many people can actually say that they've ...