Suite Novotel Paris Porte de Montreuil
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... and I was taken aback by the crowds. Butch and Lynne had bought their tickets online, but Barry and I had to wait in a line which snaked across the courtyard and through a reception area. After seeing the the palace, we ate sandwiches in the gardens, then visited the Grand Trianon, a beautiful and graceful marble palace which was designed by the architect Mansart at the request of King Louis XIV. It was a place where ...
... scarier, of course!
We are now (not really) watching the World Cup because we don't really care, but it's either that or Hawaii Five-O in French (and all the style in the world can't make that make sense!).
French patriotic fervor is building... we saw tanks today! Here's to Bastille Day. Vive la revolution. As long as it waits till we have had our omelette...
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... a l'ancienne to the park and enjoyed a relaxing breakfast. We then moved on to the Arc de Triomphe for some more steps. We have decided that "steps" has been the primary theme of our Paris stop. I have never climbed so many stairs in all of my life! We climbed all the way to the top and had an amazing 360 degree view of the entire city. The girls wanted to run across the circle and risk our very lives but I couldn't do ...
... to a street musician playing the clarinet. This was one thing that struck us pretty early on. There are LOTS of street performers. Steve took video and dropped a coin or two to say thanks.
Next, we headed to the area where the self guided walking tour begins of Saint Germain. On our way to that spot, we saw one of the bridges COVERED with locks and couples names on them. ...
... a pay phone. The only one I could find didn't take coins but had a swiper so I tried so use my Visa card. Didn't work. So back up the stairs I went to get my iPad because I saw that Starbucks had free wifi. Down I went again and into Starbucks. The iPad could not detect any wifi whatsoever! I went to the nearest Presse (newspaper shop) to ask how to use the public phone, but of course the man behind the counter didn't speak any English. Then my luck changed for the ...