Residhome Prestige Paris Massy Residence
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... Back at the hotel, we put the TV on - good to have English channels for the first time in nearly a week - only to find that there are two hostage situations in Paris and the airport where we spent 3 hours was halfway between the two! One was the two boys who committed the Charlie Ebdo massacre. They had one hostage. Ultimately, they were both killed but the hostage survived. The other standoff was a man who killed a French policewoman yesterday and he took ...
After a quiet morning at school (Laurie's teacher off sick) we walked around the cemetery to try a different direction and found the graves of Jean Paul Sartre and Simone De Beauvoir and paid our respects.While searching unsuccessfully in the Jewish section for Alfred Dreyfus we came across many stones with dedications like the one in ...
... had read that a funicular could take you down to the bottom so we jumped on that. It was a bit silly. It only went a really short distance, which we could have walked. Still, sometimes you just have to try things.
On the way to the Metro we stopped in at this delicious chocolate shop and bought a chocolate marshmallow to try. It was so yum and I actually bought it with my own money and shared it with Brigitte.
We then went home and had dinner in the ...
... Palais, the Opera (where we learnt about the history behind the Phantom of the Opera) and Louvre and then stopped off at the Eiffel Tower for a dinner break where we refuelled on waffles and CHURROS!
From here we journeyed to an area called Montparnasse where we were surprised with tickets to the rooftop deck of Paris' one and only skyscraper. The view was breathtaking! We could see a complete 360° of Paris. From the the Arc de Triomphe to the Eiffel Tower ...
... is different. You have to know which zones you are going to and then buy a ticket for those zones. ARGH! I finished this whole post and it must not have saved. BOOO!! Oh well..I'll finish. I think I got some wrong advice about the trains because I thought it was going to cost me more that parking and gas to get to Versailles so I climbed stairs back to my car and just drove. The drive was just fine, parking was a breeze ...