Mister Bed City Torcy
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... has a private elevator for its guest from on the ground floor (which we didn't know about), but we were looking for the entrance on the second level. Finally someone directed us to a back door where we ushered into the iconic restaurant.
Dinner at the Jules Verne will go down in Goodner history as one of our all-time most memorable meals. We had prepared the kids for this experience by letting them know how exclusive (and expensive) this ...
... to the original layout. It is a lovely village and we enjoyed our visit to the town and its beautiful gardens. We're having an early night tonight as we want to get into Paris early. We tried to visit the Catacombes 3 times over the weekend (the queue stretched around the block and looped around itself, yikes!), but the people who run the tour said Tuesday will be much quieter and to get there at least half an hour before it opens - fingers crossed 4th time lucky!!!
Today we went to the Orangerie Museum which is in the Tulleries gardens. Only a short queue so were in within 5 minutes. Walking to the museum, Cameron had the ring scam tried on him again we just laughed at the young guy and kept walking. Some Americans in the queue with us also had a couple of girls try it on them so looks like the Orangerie is a popular place for this scam. The museum is quite small but has a lovely display of Monet's Nympheaus (water lilies), ...
... bred in captivity it was illegal and there was a beautiful Macau. It's colours really were as beautiful as you see in the photos but dad and I just paused to glimpse it, as it was in a cage not much bigger than its own body. I will have to be careful what I say to Anne as she has fallen in love with this place but you would have to pay me to come back. Admittedly there look to be some nice walks around the surrounding hills but your view is down to thousands of sky scrapers that just ...
... and a stick to poke the boats when they come close to the borders of the pond. I was at a loss for something to do besides sit alone by the garden by myself, though I did sit for a bit to draw it all in, I made for the exit, but turned back around just before the gate, feeling that there was something else to behold that I wouldn’t want to miss.
As I was passing the Orangérie, the doors were open and there was an art display ...