Dragon Saint Germain des Pres Apartments
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... be ready in 1-1.5 hours. We decided to grab a light lunch at a restaurant near the hotel. Before going back to the hotel, we found a Starbucks next door! It was nice to drink a familiar coffee again. I don't know if we have touched on this in other posts, but in Italy they drink espresso. We both enjoyed it, but I missed coffee! We both commented on how Paris was so much more modern in comparison to Italy. Then again, we were coming ...
... of each other before we realized we should probably take some time to enjoy the painting. It was small, behind glass and 30 feet away at the closest, but it really was a special moment of the trip. We discussed if she was smiling or not. Was she beautiful? Is it really Leonardo in drag?? Within minutes the room began to fill with a varitey of tourists and we decided to pick up Rick's tour around the reset of the museum.
The Louve ...
We made it to Paris!! We immediately felt the change in economy. Now we are officially 'bumming it'. We went from feeling like ballers in Madagascar to a tight budget. Still no prob for us and we are ready to stroll the streets and eat pain & fromage & vin we buy at the market. We took a romantic walk around our neighborhood ...
... bought Joy a rather cute little cat sculpture as a souvenir.
After lunch, which was French Onion soup (a traditional must have) and a Croque Monsieur (essentially a Paris style toasted cheese sandwich and very good too) we took the Metro to the Place des Ternes, where Joy stayed as a young girl, which is close to the Arc de Triomph. So we got to see that during the daylight. We then went on to the Tour Eiffel which, for those that have never ...
... and dioramas of the grounds. On this level, the audio guide automatically changes when you enter a new room. In other areas, you have to key in the number of the room you are in.
From the ground floor you proceed to the first floor which is where all the action is. You see the bedchambers, war chambers, peace chambers, rooms that have tons of chairs that are seemingly randomly placed and then you get to the main attraction, the Hall ...