Quality Hotel Paris Orleans
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... from our apartment via The Maris district, through the Latin Quarter and St Germain over to The Catacombs. We saw the Luxembourg gardens to our right and waited just on 2 .5 hours in line for our turn. While waiting in line we had a little french street picnic of pastries and baguettes. The Catacombs were very interesting. Jamieson really enjoyed it. It wasn’t scary but you left feeling quite somber.
Apparently the thing for morbid ...
... It was quite good, I recommend it.
We arrived in Paris half an hour late around 8:00 am, neither of us having slept very much; I’m not sure I slept at all which is unusual for me on transatlantic flights. Formalities went quickly: with my frequent flyer status we were allowed to use an expeditious lane to clear immigration, probably saving 20 minutes or more. Our bags also arrived among the first off the belt because of an extra tag ...
... in front of her. Wouldn't most of the art enthusiasts want that tour!? Do you really think those 10 year olds had any idea of the importance of this painting, do you really think they contemplated Da Vinci's thought process or technique or even about his study of the human anatomy or his genius? Rhetorical...
Well, I got the picture and I just am not satisfied with it. But then, I could buy her downstairs on a postcard or calendar if I wanted the perfect shot ...
... pouring rain. As we waited for a streetlight to change colors it got really windy and then started to HAIL. I was so confused and overwhelmed I sprinted to get down below and had to take a moment to realize it had just actually hailed. We were sad we didn't have much time to shop around in Montmarte, but the next and last thing on our list was the Moulin Rouge. We were only 2 metro stops away and had come that far so we decided to try our luck and head that way (into ...
... the 3rd & 4th time we were finding our skating feet. Toby got his hands on a nifty little skating sled that he pushed around which doubled as a safety rail.....and I continued round the rink staying very close to the edge. Every now and then I'd look up and there would be the Eiffel Tower in the background and I would stop for a moment, pinch myself and realise....YES, I am ice-skating in Paris on Christmas Day! Amazing! We wandered up ...