Sofitel Paris La Defense
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... from the boat at 10pm, the sparkling lights were glowing. On the bus we came home via the Champs Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe which were lovely to see at night. It was sad saying goodbye to everyone tonight, as they were all so lovely. I have made special friendships with Oris and Hallie and we will definitely keep in touch. I hope to see some of them at breakfast in the ...
The Père Lachaise cemetery is a beautiful and historic place to stroll. The inscription on the tomb of Heloise and Abelard reads: "The love which united their spirits during their lives united their bodies in this tomb." There are always flowers on the grave of Frederic Chopin. It is always fun to shop at neighborhood street markets, which for us on this trip was the Maubert market on the Blvd. Saint Germain. Fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, fish, and ...
... 69 across town to see all major sights right off the bat (as recommended by ricky Steve). Ate lunch at Cafe Martin; had escargot (snails), bread, and Nutella crepes. The snails and bread were good, but the crepes were absolutely delicious. Hands down one of the best desserts I've ever had. It was warm, gooey, sweet, soft. Finding really good food wasn't a focus before, but after those crepes, food has certainly moved up in my list of priorities.
... ago I visited him and I walked the labryinth at Grace. Well, the original template for the one in Grace and everywhere else nowadays (they have one in Naperville and White Plains Hospital) is the labyrinth laid in the floor of Chartres Cathedral. In college I did not know or care about the labyrinth.
A few interesting facts about CC:
- there have been 5 iterations (houses of worship), 3 on the same spot
- it goes back to year 800
- the ...
... wandering around little alleyways and checking out cafes and the like. In essence, it was Paris in its simplest form. A great area. The walk ends at the Luxembourg Garden area, so I drop in there and rest my weary body with the rest of the Parisians relaxing on this lovely Saturday. Watch people playing tennis, chess and just lounging. I recharge my batteries to a high enough level and begin the trek to Notre Dame.