Mercure Paris Opera Garnier
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Hotel was fine though they offer internet usage, which is clunky, slow and very, very expensive. They don't tell you there is a wonderful, very reasonably priced cyber cafe 2 door from the entrance to the hotel!
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We arrived in Paris early this morning and we were off and running! After a long bus ride through morning traffic, we arrived at the hotel! Since our rooms were not ready, we put our suitcases in a baggage room, freshened up a bit, and headed out to buy our metro tickets (with our umbrellas of course because it was a rainy day)! First stop was …
... we sat in a lounge and had a champagne. But of course!! Once in Paris, we visited the Musee d'Orsay and then met Arthur Chevreul and Hugo Torres for dinner. Hugo is an English teacher for Berlitz and at a high school. His English is perfect with no accent. Arthur is moving to Brussels and starts a new job with Total on Monday. Both want to visit New Orleans and Amanda again - especially for Mardi Gras. In our last day in Paris, we went to the Arc ...
... with his massive Water Lillie's were the highlight. Next we popped into the Conciergerie, near Notre Dame - the jail where Marie Antoinette was held prior to her beheading. We were all tired from another big day. We ended the day with dinner in and a restful evening......so restful in fact that we all laughed pretty hard at Adam when he woke up at 10:15 after his 2 hour nap and was confused that it was not yet a new ...
... the gardens that surround it. Parisians are soaking up the sun everywhere. Continued the adventurous wandering and found myself back in St Germain which is where I'm staying. A cheese board to die for and thought of Maguire. He would have been in heaven with the Brie! Whiled away an hour over lunch.
Saw my first fuel station. Of course, just on the footpath, pull in and voila!
Took a two hour meander back to my apartment. Went down every street I ...
... of a couple of sites - a tower and a church and then went back to the ship. About half the passengers went to Versailles and will return in the afternoon to Paris where we will dock. We packed our things this afternoon, had dinner with our new friends, Joanne and Mile, Maggie and Ron. Later we were entertained by 3 opera singers and an excellent pianist. Observations: this was a lovely trip. If this had been our first Viking experience we would have been raving fans. The crew ...