Novotel Paris Est
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... brief 5 minutes on the hour in the Paris sky, would make anyone’s face light up with joy and delight. It certainly brought a tear to my eye seeing it again. We returned a few nights later after our bike ride, with our picnic of cheeses, pate and a bottle of rose, and we sat in the park below the Trocadero and watched the 9 and 10pm sparkle, before walking all the way back past the rest of the sparkling lights of Paris along the Seine to our house boat. Oh what a night!
... wrist and wrapped it around there, creating a bracelet. Out of four bits of string. Oh how very Paris! About to tell them to cut it off as they start asking if we want them, I turn and see Dad and Daniel starting to reluctantly agree that they will as they start pulling money out. Seeing 10€ coming out of a wallet, they quickly establish the price as 10€, which for three four-stringed bracelets, I thought was absolutely ridiculous, and couldn't wait for them ...
... military battles. We don't learn this stuff in the US so it was fascinating to get the French version of history during the beginning of existence for the US. (1643-1870) After that, we went to the tomb of Napoleon I. This was massive and in an ornately decorated chapel on-site. With little time left, we went to the WWI and WWII Wing of the museum. Hearing how and why the war occurred from the perspective ...
Woke up with a very thick cold and gummy eyes, yuk! Had some rain overnight but a beautiful morning so had a lateish breakfast then out to do a spot of food shopping. Steph texted to say she was allowed out of hospital for the afternoon and did we want to have lunch but think it not a good idea with my cold. Back home and a chicken pasta salad for Stephs dinner then decided to head over to canal Saint Martin. This was used in the 18th century for bring ...
... of the city also known as pigs alley) and then to the Eiffel Tower area where there the arc de triumph and some old military buildings. We found a chocolate shop in montemarte that had a large chocolate Notre dame and large chocolate pirate ships. We couldn't get over the size of the meringues here they are seriously huge so Shaun got a chocolate one to try. One of the highlights of the day was definitely the top deck picnic by the Eiffel ...