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Today we made the trip from Munich to Paris...involving 6 trains and a lot of patience.
Jack did a great job!
Jim traveled from Toronto to Paris as well - involving navigating his route in Paris despite a train strike.
We finally met up at about 5:30pm at the Pasteur Metro station.
Jack was so excited he could barely stand up straight while we waited for ...
... cry. Shoes were purchased as my cons had had a bust through in the sole. I then booked my train to Switzerland before meeting Elena at the Lourve, in the cold windy rain after leaving my big jacket in the hotel. So the Lourve is gigantic. Like a seriously ridiculously large building. And I think the building itself is as impressive as the art it holds. We did see the Mona Lisa, and her eyes do follow you and her smile is weird, and she wasn't as small as everyone ...
... of the artists but this was special in that the room itself expressed the idea of the artist.
We saw Clement’s university and came back to his apartment. Clement cooked us a French
meat dish which apparently takes an HOUR to prepare. We were tricked. So we made ourselves a cocktail and played Uno to pass the time. They game of Uno was hilarious. After dinner we looked through Clement’s pictures both ...
... Rue Cler) that we would be visiting. Mael was saddened to learn that this would be our last night in Paris and that we had plans for dinner because he had several recommendations for us. We wrote them all down for future visits! The most special one is Hotel Thoumieux. There are actually two restaurants under the same name. One, upstairs from the other, serves 16 course meals and requires reservations at least 2 - 3 months in advance; the other ...
... windows and high ceilings.
After the church we meandered around the neighborhood. We passed several modern art galleries, the hotel where Oscar Wilde died (some of his last words were along the lines of "either these curtains go or I go"- he was a wit to the end), and the house where George Sands lived when she first moved to Paris to make it as an author. We also passed Les Deux Magots, a French café where Hemingway, Sartre, Camus, and Picasso, among ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed