Suite Novotel Paris Porte de la Chapelle
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... has been an epicenter for many events and has had numerous King's of great fame as well as the infamous cake loving Marie Antoniette who is wrongly credited for saying "let them eat cake" and sparking the revolution in this way.
On the tour I notice a cute girl, she's from Norway and is looking at me a decent amount (probably just to see if I'd stopped looking at her yet, but it still counts). She is prettier than the Parisian architecture that's for sure. We wander through ...
... in Notre Dame. It was all in French but I got the point. I loved this place and could have stayed in their forever admiring the building and the art. I also got a sweet gilded souvenir coin. We left the church and were in desperate need of some food. Right next door there was a cafe that for once had some reasonably priced dishes. I had my first croquet. Basically it's like a grilled cheese with ham. I was sad when they charged me 5 euro for water but meh ...
... the steps up to level one.... not for the faint of heart!
A little shopping followed their Eiffel Tower adventure and the to a creperie for dinner.
After dinner we hiked up to the Monmartre neighborhood for an incredible view down on to the city.... and lots of hiking up the hill and stairs.... On top of the hill is also the awesome Sacre Coeur Basilica.
Tomorrow is our last day in Paris and our last day on tour. It should be a memorable one!
... for macaroons and chocolates. We wandered some more and finally went into a tourist shop to ask for directions-- the map was wrong! It was one block over. Like any intricate old bookstore, it was not the place for a stroller; but Ben took the hit and struggled with Beckett while I pursued the store. Downstairs are all new books, and upstairs were the kids books and used books. I quickly pursued the used books looking for an old Hemingway or Fitzgerald, but no luck. I ...
... were some dishes that the feature would be a vegetable, A zucchini gratin, or eggplant bake and the like, Bread was always served, a French rolled cut into small pieces and usually olive oil was the garnish of choice.....following was dessert and the French excel in this area, some of the nicest visual delights you will ever see and they are delicious as well as the yummiest Glaces which are ice cream presented beautifully in tall bowls and long spoons with ...