Mercure Paris Val De Fontenay
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... damp. Apparently, the tunnels used to be quarries during medieval France.
Then we entered "The Empire Of The Dead". In the catacombs, a large part of the walls were made of 6 million skeletons which were made up of members of the Bourgeoisie and people who died innocently in hospitals.
Then we went the Musee D'Orsay. This was the second largest museum in ...
... hotel. After a bit of a read and a snooze, we were ready to face the world again, and went out for a most pleasant Lebanese meal. The night porter at the hotel, a true Parisian with a great interest in food, has promised to tell us about a few cheaply-priced restaurants away from the tourist areas, and which he'll recommend to us. All that is for tomorrow, another day of exploration and discovery in one of the greatest cities of the ...
Today was a slow start followed by a slow walk to the Eiffel Tower. Our pace was slowed due the 32 degree heat. The trip up the tower involves a lot of queuing . Queue to buy a ticket. Queue for the first lift. Queue for the second lift. But once you get up the tower the mood lightens and it is actually a great experience. There is plenty of room up the top to wander around at your own pace . We spend about ...
... This is a cosy restaurant in an old cellar in the Latin Quarter district of Paris and the meal was amazing. We decided to go for the works French style, so I had the escargot and Amy the frog legs for entree. The snails were actually quite nice, just tasted of garlic. The frog legs were pretty good too. Our mains were delicious, I had the roast duck and Amy the beef and we both had peach Melba for dessert. In between the mains and ...
... around her and just pray blessing over her life as she prepared to leave on the coming Thursday. I believe that what we said really meant a lot to her, and I know she means a lot to us. So I decided that I would keep her in my prayers so that I may always pray blessing over her ...