Mercure Paris Porte de St Cloud
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September 13 Saturday Paris We both woke up exhausted - was it the travel, the stairs, the excitement or a combination of all three but everything ached for both of us thus morning. Sue had things to do and places to see (having been here 4 times before). A continental type breakfast with great croissants and brioche and we were at Musee de Louvre at 10 am (the usual stairs and train changes slowed us a little). It was a good time to arrive with small ...
Oh the places I've been! We met Emilie at 12 and it was wonderful to see her! Emilie took us on a walk through the beautiful parts of Paris- too many to name all at onece but including the Louvre, Notre Dam and the Hotel de Ville, we also went through the Palais Royal and Place des Vosges. It is hard to describe how beautiful all of these places were. Angels, gargoyles, detailed bordering, bells and chapels, detailed gardens, fountains all of it so gorgeous and Parisian. I was wide ...
... then walked about 3km to the Louvre. Another magical sight. At 3:30pm we met our tour guide who took us on a kid friendly tour of the Louvre. She spoke English and directed most communication to the kids. She helped them to complete a treasure hunt of the Louvre while teaching them some great parts from BC history. The best part was discovering that the Louvre used to be a Medieval Castle and then Palace and as such some of the ...
... her. Have I described the elevator to you? Its 1 foot deep by 2 feet wide. We ride up in silence, where i'm standing face to face so close to her, i can see deeply into her eyes and she can smell deeply my sweat.
As we ride up in silence in the silent elevator for what feels like an uncomfortable eternity I recalled as how as a young adult i'd watched a movie where a man and woman went up an old Parisian elevator - just like this, and then have a close encounter ...
... s decision to defect to the Allies instead of carrying out that terrible order, there would be very little of it left for me to enjoy today.
I learnt all of this from doing another walking tour on my second day. It was the same company as the tour I did in Dublin, and like Dublin I was treated to another History and Politics student by the name of Justine. She was a bright and expressive girl whose father was an Australian and mother an Italian, who grew up in Spain ...