Mercure Paris Porte De Versailles Vaugirard
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... Gas is expensive. $6.50 per gallon for diesel and about $8 for gasoline. It pays to rent a diesel car in Europe and it is wise to get the smallest car possible, if necessary. Learn to say hello, goodbye, and thank you in the languages you'll hear. It is appreciated. Wi-fi is almost non-existent in Italy and the small towns in France. Ice is not common. Bring some refreezable plastic ice cubes or small ice trays for your drink if you want ice. But ...
... number of visitors. It is still stunning, but you just cant see much of it any more. You are shuffled through each room by the hundreds of people following you, so you don't have the time to appreciate its glory.
We had entry to the Gande Triannon and the Petite Triannon which are smaller palaces. Much plainer than the main palace, but ...
... each month and reviews said we'd like it even if we weren't into art. They were wrong.
The line to get in was insanely long but it moved very quickly and we were inside the museum after just twenty minutes. I decided to get an audio guide as without one I wasn't going to get anything out of the experience. Steven opted to go without and so we split up to tackle it individually.
Set in an old railway station, the museum ...
... each place had to be visited for posterity sake! I think for efficiency sake today I will just take a list approach. Lunch on Route --Falafels on Rue de Rosiers in the Jewish heart of Le Marais--delicious! Stop #1 -a 15 minute walk to Notre Dame Cathedral -beautiful and immense (and a more positive experience than the last big cathedral we tried to enter!).......and the skies opened when we were inside! Stop #2 -a 10 minute walk along ...
... And I mustn't forget the cheese shop. Saw this quirky looking shop so crossed the street. At the window realised it was a cheese shop. Adelaide markets have nothing on this tiny little shop and I thought they had it all! But as much as I love my cheese there is a point where enough is enough!
Oh and the flower shop selling flowers in growing pots. Little ferns - check out the pic!
Finished the the day with a cocktail with a sparkler served by a ...