Le Relais Saint-Honore
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... children. Suddenly I was regretting my error less and less. As with the train trip, our arrival into Paris, navigating to our Airbnb hosts and settling in was relatively uneventful (we must be getting the hang of this). The apartment we had booked was owned and occupied by Romain and Caroline. Romain was overseas but Caroline was there to greet us (in her broken English) and explain the rules, in particular the rules relating to the two cats she had. I couldn't tell you their names or ...
... walk through narrow passages that are friendly only to those that are vertically disadvantaged😉 This is not he place for those that are squeamish .... very neatly arranged piles of bones lining the limestone coriddors ..... the earthly remains of approximately 6 million Parisians 😳 reinterred here after the cemeteries of Paris were emptied out in a great reorganization and cleanse of ...
... the Louvre art museum, arriving at 1:15 p.m. With all of our interest focused on the Mona Lisa, we decided to tour the ENTIRE building (so much artwork)! After finally arriving at the Mona Lisa, we snagged a quick selfie among all the people, pushy and sweaty. The Mona Lisa became famous because Leonardo DaVinci broke out by pursuing artwork separate from religious art. Next, we saw the Venus De Milo (Aphrodite) which was ...
... ride around the property - first stop the Trianon Palaces, the pink-colonnaded palace built for the royal family to escape the court. Next stop was the Domaine de Marie Antoinette and then a short walk to the 'Queen's Hamlet' - an original village of the time. Apparently Marie Antoinette was the only Queen to have imposed her personal taste on Versailles. All gorgeous!! Then a walk up the Grand Canal to the Chateau finished off our day....
... dishes would have been complete without the famous french dessert dish, the Crème brûlée we got to eat. It was phenomenal.
By this point we were completely satisfied with our great meal and finished off the day checking out the Moulin Rouge, which I didn't know much about, but the whole red light district in Paris was super interesting!
The next day we woke up early once again to make sure we got to go right into the Louvre Museum. This was essential for both of ...