Mercure Paris La Defense 5
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... shopping plaza, was our first point of call. We strolled through all the floors of this beautiful building checking out all the exquisite and very expensive merchandise. It would be very easy to spend up big if money was no object but all I could do was admire the lovely clothes and accessories. We enjoyed a typical French lunch of quiche and salad accompanied with some good French wine in the gourmet food department of Lafayette. ...
... morning. What a waste of a day.
Another bridge in Paris - What is it with locks, love and bridges?
Paris did not have one bridge, we saw three bridges with padlock collections. This is either on the The Pont de l'Archevêché (Archbishop's Bridge) or the Pont des Arts.
The No Love Locks campaign, which includes a petition that currently has over 1,700 signatures, was launched in February 2014 by two Americans living in Paris who were shocked at ...
... this foreign yet familiar place.
The tall, balding Turkish man who served me came outside for smoke and to chat. He could tell I was hungry and that I was not here to play games. His eyes lit up when I told him I was from Boston. He asked what I was doing here. "To eat, and to walk", I replied. Then, as the men here so often do, he asked me if I was by myself and where I was staying. After much experience answering these types of questions, I jut let him know I ...
For as many years as we've been here, and as many times I've walked by the synagogue designed by Hector Guimard in the Marais (he's the guy who designed all those iconic art nouveau entrances to the Metro throughout Paris), I never knew one could visit the synagogue. It's an orthodox synagogue, right across the street from a yeshivah, and many times ...
Easy day today, enjoyed last lunch on board and travelled through a couple more locks before reaching Strassburg. We did not have time to see anything of this city, so spent an hour and a half at the railway station with our luggage. Arrived in Paris around seven o'clock and after luxuriating in a bath and settling into our ...