Quality Hotel Abaca Messidor Paris
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Ce matin, nous avons dormi jusqu'à 9h45 et, croyez-moi, on en avait besoin, Après un bon petit déjeûner fait par Benoit (oeufs, jambon et rôties) nous avons relaxer.
Sylvie nous a fait de la quiche pour déjeûner (dîner) et Philippe m'avait fait une mousse au chocolat. Comme à chaque visite, ils n'oublient pas que je suis folle de chocolat! …
... and fries. The waiter laughed at us for being afraid to try some of the other items. For dessert we each had ice cream which was really good! You could tell how fresh it was compared to store-bought ice cream at home.
The next day was our last day in Paris :( We got up fairly early, got packed up, checked out of our room and stored our bags and then went out to Disneyland!! We had found tickets on the UK's website for $70 for both parks ...
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Again typing with a French keyboard, so forgive me.
I took an art history class in college and the only thing that stuck with me all these years later was Chartres Cathedral in Chartres France. Truthfully, I have no idea why. Later after college I started using the Labryinth as a meditative tool - it became popular in the late 90,s - Grace Cathedral in San Francisco brought it to the States I think. When my brother worked in Palo Alto ...
... starting in the first century BC, when the Parisii, a Gallic tribe settled there and founded the town of Lutitia, which in the 5th century took the name Paris. Over time a royal residence for French kings was situated there. Sainte-Chapelle, a gothic 'cathedral' was built there between 1242 and 1248 and used by royalty. (Getting used to our backpack/bag being x-rayed/checked before going into any building of significance. We hadn't queued long before we were inside ...
... excited about the meal because he ate here on his first trip to Paris 7 years earlier.
Day 5 – Picnics and Police
Today was a day of recovery. Our feet (and dirty clothes) needed a break so we decided to take advantage of the apartment’s washing machine. After our chores were finished, we walked to the Latin Quarter for lunch and gelato.
For our last night, we ordered a prepackaged meal from Paris ...