Park & Suites Prestige Paris Grande Bibliotheque
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... watched a French TV game show to get our ears open and because we were too tired to read.
At 7 we went across the street to a little restaurant recommended by our hostess. When we arrived, there was only one older gentleman at the bar, having his usual. Tables are very tight together as is usual in bistros, but we got one at the end. Before very long, a couple of women, and three other people came in and ordered and then a lady dropped in for a glass of wine on ...
... very surprised to see their presence in this area, the three of them looked about Austin's age & I wanted to run up to them & give them each a hug!
Stopped at a shop & bought a few gifts, and came across a lady singing French songs in the square. Now I wish I would have bought one of her CD's. And then it happened, I ran smack into my artist friend. I told him that I truly did return the next day like I said I would & he said, "you are ...
... There are more Russians in Paris than Frenchman. Strike that . . . there are more Russians in Paris than Russians in Moscow. They are everywhere! I heard more Russian walking on the streets of Paris in two weeks than I did in three quarters of Russian at U.C. Davis.
... and when we were nearly there, I asked Barry once more, "Didn't we go to Orsay last time, on our honeymoon?" No, he was sure we hadn't. Dead tired, we got within sight of the museum and I heard Barry mutter "Oops. I guess we did go here."
Grrrr. Now I had no game plan, so we kept walking. And walking. And walking. Walked along the Seine, looked at monuments and parks, and back to the hotel, where we met ...
... that takes up the whole wall behind them. Anyway, we walked through the Louvre and saw lots of naked statues etc. After that we went to have a sit down and a drink. We then caught the train to Venice. It wasn't the worst train ride I've had but it's up ...