Mercure Paris XV
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... Then as we started approaching interesting things I decided I had to bite the bullet and freeze if I wanted to get any good photos. I think it was worth it. Notre Dame looks beautiful all lit up. The bus dropped me on the Champs Elysees so I could bid farewell to the Arc de Triomphe, and sing my way down the avenue.
So after such a long and eventful day, it was time to head back to the hotel for a well deserved rest. I should have known. The mug was an omen of things to ...
... salami et baguette. Noice. Next stop Notre Dame. Incredible. Next stop the Louvres. Quick visit to see the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo. Wonderful. Train home for dinner but not before picking up some delicious desserts from La Patisserie. ...
... laughter. The courtyard perfect for dinner outside. They eat do differently to us. Karl said they believe sweet for breakfast eg. Pain au chocolate, and croissant, then sandwich salads whatever for lunch (most businesses close down for a couple of hours for lunch and rest) and dinner. At Karl's we started with rock melon and baguette, then tomato and onion cut with more bread. Dinner couscous salad, sausages & steak. After dinner lettuce & cheese (with bread if you ...
... briefly recount some of the crazy sculpture art we saw in the Tate by confession that I thought more than one large piece was "poop", literally ( see photos), until I got close enough to see that some of the ********************s! The art must have been fantastic, but I couldn't begin to impress to you w/ why it was so, because 90 percent of it was beyond my feeble grasp.
There was an enjoyable exhibit of satirical magazine covers fr the WW11 era. The covers ...
... atleast in the States, to be so damn positive about everything, but here I had Grace, and living up to her name, she was gracefully positive about everything.So, me, Grace and her cousin, set out on a mission : See Paris…in 1 day. First things first, we ran off to the Arc de Triomphe, an iconic visual of ...
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