Paxton Resort & Spa
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... Continued on to Marché Aligré, starting off with a coffee and pastries, then the produce, there was much to be had and we all enjoyed ourselves. Finished with the shopping, we went to the Baron Rouge to top up our wine supply, we all enjoyed it, Simon particularly, we were used to it. A plate of charcuterie, fromage and oysters later, we were sufficiently satisfied to ...
... nice way to spend the morning! We caught the tube to the Sacré-Cœur Basilica where, before we went inside we stopped to listen to a band playing guitar and singing for 20mins, they were singing in French but were quite entertaining so we enjoyed it. Then we climbed 300 steps to the top of the dome, to get an amazing view over Paris. It was a bloody long way ...
... city. After we stood watching the sparkling tower we sat on some grass and played cards for a while, being introduced to a new game called Mao in which you cannot discuss the rules. It was an extremely enjoyable game but eventually cold drove us all home and we hopped the train back to our hostel. There was a guy rapping in French and dancing between the poles of our train carriage and we rode in a giant elevator back to ground level, so it was an interesting end to a beautiful Parisian ...
This morning was incredibly special. A series of fortunate events allowed us to be some of the first people in the Louvre. We got to see the Mona Lisa while the crowds were still quiet. Simply unheard of! It was just perfect. This was Kenzie and the Queen's first visit to the Louvre. (Jared is off with a friend for the day.) The museum was bad ass. I'm really glad we went. It was surreal to ...
... hotel breakfast room, and headed out for a last walk around the neighbourhood. Republique is only a few minutes away, so we went up there to see if anything was happening in the square, but there were just a lot of people enjoying themselves. Walked on to the canal, where we saw a big tour boat going through the locks. We went for a bit of a walk along the canal bank, but it started to drizzle, so we headed for McDonald's, to get out of ...