Hotel Porte de Versailles
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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Today was our last day in Paris and the national holiday. Our thoughts turned to home where our Lili would also be celebrating, singing French songs for her French former employers who have a lovely French cafe - deli in Whakatane. We shared a video or two of her singing with our charming and friendly reception person Justin who became an instant …
... on Dior's "New Look." This is typically a broad shoulder, wasp waist, full hip silhouette with mid-calf length. This was a reaction to the rationing of fabric from WW2. During the war, various restrictions were put on the amount of materials one could use. The "New Look" allowed women to be feminine again. The first vitrine shows the first fashion show of the "New Look" and is set up with the viewer mannequins seated in the typical dress of the day while the ...
... interrupted by a lengthy afternoon nap; her because she'd just gotten off an international flight, and me because I'm just plain tired. We ticked off the Arc de Triomphe (big), Champs-Elysees (long), and Place de la Concorde (stolen). After the nap we visited the Sacre-Couer, had a cheeky beverage on the lawn overlooking the city and finished up with a late meal. It was my first time having beef tartare. It won't be the ...
... Museum and garden, which is really more garden and I had a perfect morning to enjoy it. From there walked to the Hotel des Invalides and paid my respects (?) to Napoleon. And then a delightful stroll back across the river to the Orangerie where eight of Monet's giant water lily paintings are displayed. Along with a very nice assortment of other paintings. A nice walk and lunch in the Tuilleries, which were once the King's gardens, but are now open to the public. And on this nearly ...
... that I would miss my train and be homeless in Paris for the night because Alice was going to her parents’ home. Luckily, one of the girls I met earlier, Alison, offered to let me stay with her at her hotel room. So I walked back with her and another girl we met to her hotel to then go to dinner. But before I could go to dinner I had to meet Alice at Gare de l’est to give back her apartment keys and for her to give me my ...