Hotel Opera Frochot
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... which was pretty cool, had a fantastic lunch in the long island bar (this was also where my love affair with absinthe started) and then went to the Erotic Art Museum which was fantastically hilarious (I won't upload photo's) and had us giggling like school children before heading home.
All in all we had a great time in Paris and I am still amazed at the amount we managed to see and do in such a short ...
... sound of the fire alarm and everyone standing in the street. It was however only a drill, but how lucky were we as our room is on the 5th floor and had we been here would have had to walk down 5 floors. Our room is small but it has a reasonable sized bathroom, much better than where we stayed last night. It is in a good position, close to the rail system and walking distance to a number of places we have on our wish list to see. Once settled we headed down the street about ...
... and street vendors. I was impressed that even the food vendors food was beautifully arranged and presented from sandwiches, to ice cream to crepes.
We got to Notre Dame and it was beautiful, just as you'd expect. We saw a number of bride-groom couples walking around doing photo shoots so of course I took some pictures of them as well. And although I was impressed, I didn't feel a strong desire to walk around ...
... play nice and we did get a bit wet but we did get some "Eiffel poses or awful poses".
The rest of the day.
From here we were hungry so off we wondered looking for a lovely little cafe that we could sit outside and enjoy, we walked and walked and walked because it appeared we were in the expensive restaurant area. Eventually we found a quaint bakery and had a sandwich.
The rest of the day was spent meandering around the city, we ...
... we are in Paris and there is another train in 2 hours. We had lunch near the station and that took nearly 2 hours and back to the station and onwards to Giverny.
Apart from Rob and Penny fearing incarceration by the Railway police when they couldn't produce their tickets (because we had them in another carriage), we arrived in Giverny. Now to find our way to Monet's garden. ...