Folie Republique Guest Apartment
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Author : Lauren
This afternoon we headed out to the Place de Vosges. This is apparently the oldest planned square in Paris which was built some 400 years ago. The first of its kind, it featured identical housefronts built with red brick and stone. The housefronts are now filled with cafes and cool little art galleries and in the centre of the square is a beautiful green lawn interspersed with trees and water fountains. The place even offers ...
... back on the bus to head to the Louvre. Having seen the big sites of the Louvre multiple times, I sent the kids inside to explore, while I sat in a local cafe with some of the other adults. It was nice to just sit for a few minutes, that's for sure. I think the kids liked seeing the Mona Lisa, but after that, they were probably all "museumed" out ,,, I am glad we got to see D'Orsay also, so they can compare the two. After the Louvre, we battled the subway ...
We got up on time this morning and got breakfast from the local bakery. We rode the metro to the Notre Dame stop and came out right in front of the famous church. Our goal for this morning was to climb the church tower--about 400 steps. It wasn't as bad as I thought. We actually climbed about 2/3 of the way up to a landing where we waited for the summit to clear, then we climbed the rest of the ...
Woke up around 11am & knew I just wanted to lounge around the apartment. Had a couple cups of coffee & puttered. Mapped out how I am going to get to Jeff's hotel tomorrow, I really have no idea of where it is, just going to take the Metro to Gare Montparnasse & ask for directions from some stranger, probably a serial killer!
I don't feel like venturing out too far today & think I will explore the Montmartre area ...
After our big day in London we sleep in. Wake to cold, grey and wet skies. If the sun came out I think my head would explode from the shock. But not to worry. We are in Paris and having a ball. First cab off the rank today is a visit to the boutique of the Paris Opera House for a bit of shopping. Lo, and behold, right across the street from the Opera are the Galleries Lafayette and since we are close and the weather has not improved we step in and have a squiz. I find ...