Peletier Haussmann Opera Hotel
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... as the rest. The names of the villages we rode through all brought back memories of the stories we had heard regarding the battles raged in the Somme region from both world wars. That afternoon we arrived at Dunkirk, the site of World War Twos greatest evacuation of under siege troops from the beaches across the English channel to England. We spent a couple of hours looking through one of the museums before riding to the beach front and trying to imagine what it ...
... that's ok since we have a big day ahead and wanted to wring every drop of fun and sunshine out of the day.
We were dropped off at the front gates (thank you Louise and Helen) at about 8.30am. We walked up to the front gates and through a security bag check. We had checked the opening times and were prepared for a 9am - 7pm day. Hmm. Well there was the first change. The gates were opened from 8.30am for those who are staying at the Disneyland Hotel or ...
... to the Arc de Triomphe and Champs Elysees while they went to the Eiffel Tower.
Today I tried going to the catacombs but the line was all the way down the block and I didn't have the patience. I opted to go shopping instead and read my book at a cafe before catching my afternoon train home. I enjoy Paris in small doses, but there are too many people and it's really dirty. It was super fun to see the Gorius girls and share their vacation memories with them!
... in the shops, found a Pandora shop to add an Eiffel Tower to our collection (that makes 3 new beads now) and lots of other different shops. We ate at a gorgeous rustic bakery where we had a warm toasted roll and vanilla slice with raspberries on top, Yum! While we were sitting at the restraunt we saw this pen with stuffed animals, big animals at that, it wasn't ...
... French soccer player. Gary had made a trek all the way up to the Champs Elysees to get a set of petanque boules.
Not very many people know that Paris has not just one Chinatown but three. Our apartment is not very far from the oldest and largest ...