Quality Hotel Abaca Messidor Paris
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... It was such a delight to be in Paris and be amongst kind people while touring and seeing all of the world famous sites. There is nothing that you hear about that is blown out of proportion or exaggerated. The Eiffel tower is incredible, the Lourve is amazing, Notre Dame is astounding. It is certainly a great trip and should be on everyone's future agenda! Truly blessed that we could have been there!
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... At exactly 2:30pm, the great doors opened and people streamed into the Chapel for Mass. When the priest came out to begin, he spoke in Spanish. In Paris. I was so very surprised and pleased since I could understand the homily and the prayers. I stayed for the mass and thought about all the great times I had with my friend who carried his clerical collar in his pocket.
I remembered when he had to say a funeral Mass twice for pianist Hilton ...
... to this fabulous city with two kids in tow. This time, instead of a hotel, we rented a fantastic apartment a few minutes away from the Eiffel Tower. We couldn't wait for a home cooked meal! Our apartment was close to grocery stores, a boulangerie, and the métro. In fact, we were so close to the boulangerie, the kids were able to walk to it on their own to get us our breakfast pastries. Can you imagine how excited they were? They are ...
... in fact the most “activity” that most people enjoy is traversing across town to see friends and family. That is absolutely not the case in Paris. As we left the apartment we were shocked to see the streets full of people and the Christmas market near our place was packed as well. Once the initial shock wore off we really enjoyed making our way slowly towards the giant iron steeple that stood out against the skyline and we were not surprised at all to find another ...
... not raining, we wandered around the Domaine of Marie Antoinette, visiting her (closed) grotto and fake village. The fake village had real cows, chickens, rabbits, and ferrets … with a very happy border collie who wanted to work or, failing that, play. Cute doggie.
Then, back to the train station … but first a cup of coffee. Upon our return to Paris, we just walked back (slowly, given my feet) to the flat, had dinner of cheese and soup, and then ...