Sejours & Affaires Paris Malakoff Hotel
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... I was supposed to read with Rapha but he was getting his hair cut. Noémie was doing homework, so I sat with her and worked on some of my stuff for school. It's nice to finally have things to do at least. I have things to look up for tomorrow and some reading to do for another class. Woo hoo, homework!
I also threw in a load of laundry because I have so many outfits that I want to wear, but my black cardigan is dirty and that would've completed all of my outfits. ...
... had been a lover of Ava Gardner. A calvacade of who's who had dined at the best table in the house.
The signature dish was the duck. The restaurant raises ducks on its own farm. Diners who order duck receive a postcard with the birds serial number, now well over a million. Number 112,151 went to President Franklin D Roosevelt, #203,728 went to Marlene Dietrich, and #253,652 went to Charlie Chaplin. I got #1,145,469.
The food was flawless, from the ...
... comfortable using my very limited French, and exploring the different neighbourhoods of Paris...but, if we had done it all, we wouldn't have anything to do when we come back! Tomorrow we catch a 7:13 AM train headed for London, England. We hop onto another train to take us out to Straford-Upon-Avon for two nights, where we're treating ourselves to a B&B and a Shakespeare show at the Swan theatre. Again, thanks for reading! Catch up with you when we're in the ...
... that it was a river, that in revolt, was an enemy to be feared even by the most civilized city in Europe. After the disaster struck, Paris was reconstructed and changed forever. published ...
... will return there to enter the crypt and the church which had such a long queue. I suppose the tourist season is building. Still on our feet, we ventured on to the Pompidou Centre. I am sorry but this building is so hideous I couldn't bring myself to enter. It looks like a construction site that was abandoned, but maybe sleep will soften my feelings towards it. Our last stop for the day was The Picasso Gallery which Emma was particularly keen to see and so ...