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... wine shop opening up in the 20th. We drove around and around trying to find said new wine shop only to find it and to find it was still in renovation stage!! Oh well a good excuse to have an early dinner and we all agreed on pizza! A great place in the 10th called a louis and Maria. Aperol aperitif to start and then Great pizza and a bottle of Dolcetto. What a perfect day and not too late. What will the new week bring? Steph ...
... strolled in the Luxembourg Jardin and headed back to the hotel to take a break. After a little rest we plan to finish the day at the Louvre. We made it to the Louvre, tired but made it. We even managed to see some of its famous treasures - see ...
This morning was incredibly special. A series of fortunate events allowed us to be some of the first people in the Louvre. We got to see the Mona Lisa while the crowds were still quiet. Simply unheard of! It was just perfect. This was Kenzie and the Queen's first visit to the Louvre. (Jared is off with a friend for the day.) The museum was bad ass. I'm really glad we went. It was surreal to ...
... no vegetables, only an amazing broth), a crepe with chicken, cheese and cream, dessert crepe with lemon and sugar and espresso. Monica's order: Tomato and mozzarella salad, crepe with ham, cheese and egg, and vanilla ice cream. Now satisfied from lunch and recharged, it was time to take on the Louvre. Needless to say, the entire Louvre experience was very cool. Before even making it into the museum, we were blown away by the grounds. The massive courtyard area ...
... We do have a view of Notre Dame, and we have a small balcony that makes me dizzy when I look down to the street below.
Once we regrouped in our room, we walked a short distance to the Seine River, and strolled along the banks. There are throngs of people in Paris right now, and we both marveled at the crowds. We think one reason it is so crowded is because school is out, at least in Europe. We encounter large groups of students ...