Pullman Paris Bercy
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I ended 2014 with a bang in London, and today it was off to Paris to spend my first day of 2015 in France. We took the Eurostar train, under the English Channel, and in a mere 2.5 hours (in which we all took a much needed nap), we arrived in Paris! My first impressions were a beautiful city with gorgeous architecture. I was also pleasantly …
Today , we got up a little later than we have on tour, which was nice. We went down for breakfast.
The tables are communal and as luck would have it a Mother and daughter sat down at our table... bedlam from the start. Mum tries cutting her sausage with a fork leaving her knife on the plate. The next thing, the sausage end goes whizzing past …
Sooo tired... legs gone to wood! We took a taxi to the Louvre for the 9 am opening this morning... 8 hours later we emerged. Still, we think we scratched the surface of the collection! There was a queue even at 8:45 but it moved fairly fast and we probably only waited 20-30 minutes.
Once in we fast tracked Mona Lisa for a better view than …
... on the side of it. It was really cool. Then we found a church and outside the church were a whole group of scouts that were doing something, were not sure what . We went inside the church and it was beautiful, and we found out later that night that the Da Vinci code movie was filmed there. The church is really old and pretty. It has so many details on it. And when you are inside it you think how would they have put all the details and made the church 500 years ...
... sore and blistered, so we could stand to give it a fair shake next time.
We went back to the train, got excellent seats, and got back into the city, passing the Microsoft Paris building on the way. We took the Metro back to our stop, where we noticed a young British mother struggling to get her stroller with infant inside and two children (both under 4) up the four flights of stairs to get out of the Metro station. Thinking of our sisters Brittany ...