Hotel Sovereign Bord de Seine
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... built in the 10's to 13's very very humbling! but, Mass was not until 0900, so I ambled back to tell Gail I'd not be back in an hour. She, Wonder Woman that she is, had gotten up dressed had the fuse I blew fixed and had nothing better to do than go back with me! Sooo, off we went again, she was impressed by my alley knowledge, its amazing what it is like here in "old Town " Barcelona. While I had a nice spanish Mass, she took pictures and had a bit of coffee at a close by ...
... Apparently there is also a light bulb shortage at Disneyland Paris as we couldn't see more than a few steps in front of us. This didn't deter those "special" guests who were still up to their rude and ignorant ways of pushing, shoving, cutting us off, etc. It took all that was within me not to give them all a shove and topple them over like dominoes. Is it wrong that I found that thought to be quite tempting and amusing? Fortunately, when we finally got back to Pirates, the ...
... usually in fives, also over the city. We suspect that the Champs Élysées might be a bit crazy so we might take advantage of the fact that Museums are free and hit the Orangerie early for some Monet magic. Who knows from there...the only certainty is that we will be on the Champs de Mars at 11pm for the fireworks.
Somewhere in all this we need to see the Musee D'Orsay, walk the Champs Élysées, go to the cemetery Pere-Lachaise (that's ...
... like a london fog macaron. I got to the gardens, found a good spot to sit and enjoyed my macarons, the palace and the grounds. On my way out of thr gardens I noticed a huge photography exhibit along the fence of thr gardens. The photos are current day photos involving WW1, such as arial photos of overgrown trenches, rusted helmets in the forest etc. It was a really neat im glad I discovered it. I made my way back to the hotel, I actually helped threes tourists who were lost and ...
... throughout the city (every 300 meters) so we took advantage of it and had a blast. Many roads are car-free on Sundays so it was stress free.....even if we didn't know which way we were going! We passed the rollerblading group which looked to be about 1000 strong.
Finished the day at a Bistro close to Chez Nous....good food,wine and ambience!
See you again soon Paris!