Hotel Louvre Rivoli
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... but a few foundation stones can still be seen in the metro station underground.
We sat on a sidewalk café had a kir, and watched the people and traffic swirl around the gigantic column which stands in the middle of the square. It actually celebrates a different revolution (the French like revolutions, they’ve organized many…), the 1830 Revolution that caused the abdication of King Charles X (after the final defeat of Napoleon, the ...
... one we'd make up at the end of the day.
It's a pretty cool service. In about the same time as it takes to get from Hobart to Launceston, you've covered the 500 or so km between London and Paris and are in another country. The train carriages are small compared to the one we travelled on in NSW recently, and we drew the short straw in the seating game and had to sit in one of the four sets of seats that faced each other. We were sitting opposite a couple who did ...
... myself wondering around the Botanical Gardens and El Parque Retiro. The flowers, the green, the peace, the smells - it was just what I needed after being deeply entrenched in the city life of Barcelona.
And the food in Paris, oh, simply heavenly! After gorging ourselves at dinner and heading to a divine creperie, my friend Keri and I decided to walk off some of the sugar and wine. At 10pm, we stumbled on the Pont des Arts bridge and were just in time to catch ...
We woke up to our first rainy day here - it has rained each night overnight but today was truly soggy. So we started our adventure by taking a taxi to the centre Pompidou - just to find out when we got there (and got out of the taxi into the pouring rain) that it is closed on Tuesdays. So we regrouped and found another taxi - max was holding the umbrella for daddy and loved having an important job to ...
... t have asked for anything better. I was lucky enough to get a photo with Cinderella but I am really upset at myself for not running to sleeping beauty. Since she is the best. But second favourite is not bad either. (I send my apologies to any kids who may have been hurt in the process of me getting my Disney princess photo.) It's really weird listening to the songs and conversations in French. It just didn't feel quite right, but wouldn't have swapped my day for ...