Median Paris Porte de Versailles
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... sandwiches after we selected what we wanted. The tomato just made the sandwich for me. Such great taste combinations-- food is art here!
Le Printemps, one of the most famous department stores in Paris, was our next stop. It is huge! It has 6 floors of everything designer that you could imagine. I bought some loose tea - I cannot wait to taste it. Then we made our way up to the Laduree cafe where they ...
... purchased a couple tickets and figured out where the exhibition entrance was - beyond another football field's length of line-ups... of nobody.
Turns out yes, it was on today... and it was the right exhibit. They was simply no one there. Or to be more accurate, there were fewer than a dozen other attendees. It was truly weird, but kinda fun to have the place pretty much to ourselves. ... and most importantly, Ben was enthralled - in his words, ...
... check in line, I watched each person in front of me as they handed their passport and boarding pass to the Air France agent. (Hint to you new travelers: get in the back of the line and watch what others do and say so you don't look like a total moron) So as I carefully observed each passenger and sought to memorize the drill, it occurred to me . . . hmmmm . . . everyone has a red passport, but mine is blue. Wonder why mine is blue?
Maybe it's ...
... while standing in the road and it's a miracle no one is killed. We finished the day by getting tickets for the Hop On Hop Off bus which would cover us for 2 days and included a cruise on the Seine.
We finished the day by having a galette (savoury) crepe and a Croque Monsieur in a little cafe around the corner from our apartment. We have very quickly adopted the French habit of dining late at night but we can only manage something light.
... and my mind felt weak and unable to focus, at the top of the tower the freezing winds did wake me up a bit, the views were phenomenal enough to sidetrack my self sorrow and they were the type of views, much like the Grand Canyon, that have to be seen with your own eyes, no photos came close to showing the entirety of the beauty on offer. The following morning I woke up feeling very sick but determined to get to Musee D'Orsay and view some of Claude Monet's works along with the ...