Park & Suites Prestige Paris Grande Bibliotheque
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... at the Monoprix to buy a few groceries & walked back up the hill in the rain, which was actually enjoyable. Stopped & bought my daily baguette, passed the fishmonger & told him that the scallops were delicious!
Noticed on my way back to the apartment that Amelie's apt. in the movie is just steps from mine. I'm at 44 & hers was at 56, next to the little market where the owner is mean to his worker in the movie.
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... in a local bakery (delicious). We grabbed a picnic lunch and headed to Notre Dame. It was Sunday morning - so we lucked out on no line and no entry fee to see the inside of Notre Dame. The outside is magnificent and we enjoyed saying "flying buttresses" one too many times. From there we headed along the Seine to the Pont des Arts bridge - identified by the millions of locks decorating the bridge. The bridge is in a bit of disrepair due to the weight of ...
... chapel was
consecrated 3 March 1876, and pilgrimage donations quickly became the
mainstay of funding.
Donations were encouraged by the expedient of permitting donors to
... and small toy barking dogs. Many of them had their products laid out on blankets on the sidewalk that blocked people's path from getting around. Connie didn't see one of the barking toy dogs that was in the middle of the sidewalk and kicked it on the way by. She didn't kick it hard enough cause it was still barking annoyingly! Connie got an ice cream and I a beer and we sat looking at the 4 massive lineups that led to the ticket ...
Today was a rainy day so we opted to visit the Orsay Museum. We took the metro to the museum which used to be an old train station. We waited in an awful long line to get through the security check and then bought our tickets. This museum is full of 19th century art, sculpture and furniture. We walked through the first floor gazing at the art and not recognizing any of ...