Le Saint Exupery
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Entering my favorite bookstore in Paris, I found a title I needed, the works of Michel de Nostredame, usually called Nostradamus. This Renaissance charlatan still commands quite an audience with his supposed prophecies. He was from the Provence region of France; I have visited his house/museum in Salon de Provence, near where we lived for several years. His ambiguous prophecies have been extremely popular ...
... lot of fun and we saw the control room and radio bunker as well as skipping the line for the elevator. After dark from 10pm each hour the tower twinkles and looks really beautiful.
The tour finished at 1030 so we had a late dinner at nearly midnight with Ben almost falling asleep at the table. Quick but long walk back to the apartment where we all fell asleep very quickly. Hence this blog being a day late.
Missing you all.
... I thought for the last week or so) blazer that I bought specifically to address American Fashion Deficiency Syndrome. As it turns out, having this would have also served some practical (read: insulative) value. Let's just say it isn't the Paris of a week ago, when it was 75 F. And I had a new coat I was bringing to Europe. That evening we walked (4 minutes from our apartment) to the Eiffel Tower. It's really big. ...
... victories of Napoleon's great army. An eternal flame is relit every night at 6:30 to mark the tomb of the unknown soldier. Many a tourist climbs the 284 steps for the views.. But not these two today..
The Louvre.. A former palace of the Kings of France it is now a museum of over 350,000 items.. Some notables being The Mona Lisa , the Venus de milo..works by Rodin, many French masters etc .. We have our pass ready for another day, so more on that later.
So...10 hr bus trip anyone? In Case anyone was wondering, driving from Paris to Switzerland takes a long time. Like ages. Fortunately it went fairly quickly with everyone doing their introductions - with 50 ppl having to answer 6 questions each it took the better part of the drive. Tash naturally volunteered to go early up and I was ever so lucky to have her choose me to go afterwards. It made a really easy intro for ...