Sejours & Affaires Grande Arche
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... that was unlimited refills. That doesn't exist in France, so this was a special day!
After lunch, we went into Paris to find this little shop called Thanksgiving. Amanda did some research on it and it's like a little mom and pop store that Americans started because they couldn't find certain products in France. It was the most wonderful experience ever. The lady was from New York. They had poptarts, soda, Betty Crocker, ...
... kids get done with school before lunch and I need to be here during the afternoon. I finally got ready and went to go get my navigo pass.
Well, I got there, but they were closed. People were in the little ticket office but the door was window was closed. Like I could clearly see that they were in there. The guy working told me that I'd have to come back at 1pm to get my pass. I made sure to check that my proof of residency would work and ...
... of times to reach your final destination. It would have been very challenging for me without my 'muscle man' to carry my bag up and down the many flights of stairs encountered in our journey!
Michael had booked one night at the Sofitel, the tarrif usually being around AU$500, but with his Accor membership points, it came to around US$60. He thought the effort of changing hotels yet again the next day would be worth it for the experience, particularly when ...
... plans. So off to breakfast we trotted and then onto the metro to get ourselves up to opera square to then hop onto the yellow hop on hop off bus. Met them at the moulin rouge and had a quick beer before killing ourselves climbing the stairs to sacre cœur. So beautiful. Took photos when we weren't supposed to and just generally mooshed about up there. Not a very salubrious part ...
... which included a brief break for a sandwich and drink! Then we walked to L'Orangerie, which is another museum! Number 2! The upstairs had two oval rooms featuring Claude Monet's Water Lillies! There were four huge, long canvasses in each room and each was more spectacular than the first! We went downstairs and saw the collection of one couple, a rich couple, of course!! Paul Guillaume! There were ...