Mercure Paris Austerlitz Bibliotheque
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... out all the other monuments dotted across town, as the clouds floated ahead of us across the spire giving you a sense of almost flying! We were really lucky too, as we found out later from Marie that the day before had been the first day that the new level one of the tower had been opened to the public. It has undergone a 2 year, 30 million euro renovation, with some eco-friendly inclusions such as solar panels, "modernising and reinterpreting the tower, whilst remaining true to ...
... extravagant and expensive one! There was a set menu but the price got more expensive dependent on where you wanted to sit and the choice of wine. We opted for the second most expensive package which guaranteed a window seat, 165 Euros per person. We figured there wouldn’t be much point paying 99 Euros to sit in the middle of the boat if we couldn’t take any nice scenic photos or have a good view so we opted to pay the extra.
The lady who served ...
... in the picture had a smile (not that it's much of a smile). 1. Because a few happy things were happening for her at the time of painting or 2. She is Italian and her last name means happy or jovial so it could also be a play on that.
We also looked at Eli's favourite painting which is of the coronation of Napoleon. This picture has it's amusing history. Napoleon asked the painter to add his mother in to the picture. She didn't actually attend ...
... with more gusto or not. Maybe it's when my heartbeat is in high gear. I need to read the direction manual that come with the pedometer, but I'm believing it is true.
It really was a great day! The greatest part was.....falling into bed!!
Now it is the next day. Thursday, May 12th, 2014 and we have stayed close to home. We did find the major grocery/Target type store (Monoprix) today just ...
... the park to the main venue.
English “high tea” and all the trimmings greeted us at the entrance, followed by the marriage ceremony. Guests (166) enjoyed cocktails and appetizers before the evening buffet dinner. A live concert provided after dinner entertainment followed by dancing until the wee hours of the morning. We were told it ended around 4 ...