Hotel Monte Carlo
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My stay was awesome plus it was nice and cheap I just love it in Paris. So wish I could live there.
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... we do eat a lot, the Martins love to share their French cuisine, Christiane is an amazing cook and Jean Claude spoils us with French wine and local aperitifs ) This time it is, beef tip, fresh specialty breads with olives, ham and another with salmon, foie gras, cheeses, a wonderful vegetable dish and chocolate mouse, one big bowl for me and one big bowl for the rest to share! Accompanied by wine, Champaigne ...
... but more so the vendors who desperately compete with other vendors to make a couple bucks off of the tourists. While taking in the view of the tower, we were approached approximately every 5-10 minutes by merchants attempting to sell selfie-sticks or cheap bottles of wine with no cups. On the plus, I had a lot of practice with my French; non merci, non merci, non merci, non merci...
Day 4 was designated to exploring the Palace of Versailles. I was incredibly excited for this ...
Lots of stuff to see today. This was the first day without a planned activity so we slept in.
We decided to grab the big bus tour (hop on hop off) to get our bearings on the first full day in Paris. We visited many sites and took a lot of shots.
The eiffel tower area is plagued with street vendors. Kind of a drag on a very beautiful area with the tower and long ...
... into a steep hillside and for the most part not too touristy, at least on a mid September morning. I guess it's not everyone that appreciates art and flowers! The morning sun and heavy dew in both the famous Lily Pond and his garden were making the flowers look beautiful! Rick snapped lots of pictures, making a study of light. Thank goodness for digital cameras! We continued our stroll, ...
... for Charlemagne (the horse), the others managed to drag me away to visit the chateau. Pops was exhausted after lunch so was happy to snooze in the car, although we worried about him overheating like a dog with the windows up. The chateau was amazing, room after room of amazing art and totally over the top decoration. The highlight was the art collection, apparently it's the only collection on display with three Raphael's and a massive ...