Hotel Montparnasse Daguerre
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... have been required to create all the complex arches and angles.
Something that did dampen my spirits was the fact that there are a lot of Gypsy teenage girls involved in scamming tourists using a fake petition for deaf children. This scam has exploded in Paris since the French government made begging legal a few years ago and to ask money using a petition ...
... Kids kept disappearing to the bathroom, which isn't all that uncommon but they kept coming back giggling. A few minutes latter a young texan girl comes up and asks Max for his email address - the fiddyman picked up! I don't know if it was debonaire water quaffing style, the jacket or even the pocket square - but the stories about the disney cruise probably helped.
Dessert was a monster of a chocolate souffle ...
... Eiffel Tower so probably did around eight to ten kms which is far enough for this old girl(and boy I suspect). It is really impressive, as is The Louvre, Palace de Luxembourg and one other and all sorts of other attractions. Lovely walking beside the Seine which is filled with activity all the time. So far the language barrier hasn't been too bad and it's too easy to forget the words you know and revert to English. Wi if isn't too good here so we are keeping communication to a ...
... for our trip was getting UK maps for our TomTom. I don't know how it knew to get us where we wanted to go on these tiny roads (often labeled on the GPS as 'unnamed road,' but it did an incredible job. Oh, I forgot to mention another annoying thing about driving in England. Rotaries. They are what we call roundabouts, and they are everywhere. No matter if they are at a large intersection with five major roads leading to it or if they are on a back road in the middle of ...
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It is amazing what a good night's sleep can do - 12 hours in fact! A bottle of lovely Bordeaux red helped too! We woke to grey skies and a light rain, which didn't dampen our enthusiasm.
After a leisurely start, we strolled the 100 metres to our local cafe for breakfast- yum! With a boost to the energy levels, we decided to risk the weather, and visit the Sacred Heart Basilica ...