Mercure Paris Orly Rungis
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... Germain, and the Bastille. The patisseries and boulangeries in this area have the most beautifully crafted goodies, and it's hard not to stop at every one to gaze at the food! There are also exquisite chocolate shops on just about every street corner, but Garth won't let me stop at them every day, especially if I have already toured the patisseries! We spent our first few days here visiting some of the museums and sights on our 'to do' list. We revisited the Museum ...
... been retrofitted with dual panes for soundproofing, but the casement and latch are the originals. The floor in the foyer of the building looks like an Escher print. There are 2 porcelain statues on the mantle in the living room; I've seen similar ones before and thought they were dorky, but here in Paris, they're parfait ! (That means 'perfect.'). The fridge in our kitchen ...
... butts everywhere. They're untidy smokers.
... Eiffel Tower twinkle. But at 9.30 it is still daylight so you have to wait awhile to see it in all it's glittery splendor. This morning, Saturday 19th, saw a little drizzle and a drop in temperature. Luckily as we had planned a walking tour. It was a very interesting two hours focussing on the medieval history of the Marais, our neighbourhood. Some beautiful mansions, squares and gardens hidden away. Without a guide we would just walk past. So much to see, it's hard to know where to ...
... but after a few wrong turns we saw what we wanted and along the way we discovered all kinds of amazing stuff. At some point in the adventure someone asked me where everything came from and I said they took it. They then asked when they would have to get it back to which I responded never that is why Imperialism Rocks. Not sure if they really understood the cultural implications of imperialism before then. (Yes I can turn anything into a history lesson if given half a ...