Hey everyone! I'm back, but not quite into full-swing blogging just yet! As some of you already know, if you follow me on IG or FB, my bloggy break included quite an awesome vacay.......as in "European-type!" The Man and I went on a 19-day Rhine River Cruise and Tour. It was really fantastic, and I want to share some of it with all of you (if you are interested), but I plan to do that at a slower pace. We left AZ the day before The Man's birthday, and celebrated his day in Paris.....I bet y'all are humming "April in Paris" right now!
We stayed at the Pullman Paris Montparnasse. Montparnasse is the name of the community around this hotel, and it is well known for its many artists. We loved that we felt very comfortable walking all around in this area, even at night.
This was the view from our room.
This was just an interesting building located close to our hotel -- I loved the architecture and those French balconies.
Whomever took our picture, kind of lopped off the top of the Eiffel Tower. We were trying to do a "selfie" and that just wasn't working out! Anyone tried those selfie sticks yet?
This was taken inside Notre Dame.
I think someone picked up dinner......a baguette and cheese! There may also be a bottle of wine!
We chose not to go to The Louvre, because there just was not enough time.
Arc de Triomphe -- beautiful!
Photos taken through motor coach windows are not very good, but I had to try.....these buildings were so interesting.
The entrance to the Palace of Versailles -- yes people, that is gold!
I cannot even begin to explain how extravagant this was.
Well, you know I had to show you a chandy!
This was called the Hall of Mirrors. You almost needed sunglasses in here!
Magnificent and luxurious brocade.
The grounds were incredible.
This is a park in the Left Bank, which was close to our hotel.
The Parisians claim this park is bigger than Central Park. Hmmm....I don't know, but that building way in the distance is.....
This one, which is also within the park. The park was alive with people and children just enjoying a nice Spring Day!
This was the breakfast room in our hotel.
Does this even look comfy? Considering we had been going for almost 24 hours, I thought it might but NO, NOT AT ALL!
Well, that's a wrap for Paris and for this post. I will probably continue the saga of the "Touristas in Europe" later this week. Have a great week!