Mercure Paris Royal Madeleine
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... the just seeing its outside was
impressive. Finally, we visited the catacombs, which was a morbid but very
interesting experience. I would have liked to see more places in Paris, and to
have stayed longer at the places we visited; however, visiting the city was
incredible. We walked hours and hours, but we got to experience different parts
of the city. It was an opportunity that I am glad I did not miss. Kenia
Back to the room for a final shower and change, we checked out and headed almost all the way out the Peripherique to a riverboat/cafe/jazzbar the hotel recommended. It was closed for the day but next door was the closest we've come to bohemia in a student bar type setting where we had a few drinks, the kids made some friends and Max even jumped in the DJ booth. Since we were over this way we decided to head back to St Germain and see ...
... affect us but we think we will just go to airport and see what happens. So you had better check your end on Wed in case we are still in Paris, I sure Hope not it was bad enough being court up in train strike which is still going on over a week long, and apparently some of the large retail stores staff are also going to strike, what can I say ...
... We are creatures of comfort and when we find something we like we go back again. There is a café on Rue Cler that has a great French Onion soup, Robyn had been waiting 2 years to have this soup again and she was not disappointed.
Tomorrow we are going back to the Louvre since we want to see more of it, and we also have tickets to go on a tour of the Eiffel Tower.
... amp; set everything down. Got my slippers on (the owner has asked for shoes to be removed, the floors are original & the people down below can hear everything). Face timed Amelia & started dinner…love cooking in this kitchen, so petite!
And here I am, enjoyed the calamari, pomme frits, goat cheese, fresh baguette & rose' from Provence. Creme brûlée is going to have to wait until tomorrow.