B&B Creil Chantilly
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Finally, a good night's sleep AND an alarm that lets us sleep in, so Mario and I are ready, batteries recharged, for the day ahead. This morning's goal is to visit the Orangerie, Impressionism museum which holds Monet's great Waterlilies rooms, then we are meeting up with family at the Café Trocadéro, facing the Eiffel Tower. What we do in between is totally up in the air - for now...
Back to the Champs Élysées to ...
... and also had to keep very quiet inside, but we went straight in without waiting and walked through. Very impressive! Next stop was a trip down the Champs Élysées, known as the most beautiful avenue in the world. It was a long straight road about 8 lanes wide leading up to the Arc de Triomphe, a huge arc like gateway. The roundabout around this arc was incredible. There were cars going every which way, about 8 lanes wide but no lanes marked ...
... Jim Morrison and Oscar Wilde. The place did not look quite what we expected - there were trees but very little grass. Family plots were more like little chapels or houses, or concrete or marble rectangles. People of all nationalities are buried there and some quite recently so the place is still being used in spite of very strict regulations to get in. Joanne read to us from the book, information about each person - we learned ...
Today we will took a walk to the Tuileries garden all the way down the Champs- Elysees
and then back to our apartment. Tonight is our last night. We are going to the Eiffel Tower.
Last night was a wonderful wonderful evening. We tried to find a restaurant and the one we found was closed so we went to a different one that had a line out the door. It ended up to be one of ...
... stay. We headed first to the Louvre, about a half hour walk from where we are staying through passages that were built in the 19 century as shopping arcades. Great way to keep out of the rain. The streets are very narrow with footpaths only meant for one person. Initially Paris seemed quite disappointing. Narrow streets, dirty buildings. The Palace Royal seemed neglected until we hit the Louvres area and the streets were pure chaos. Cars, buses, people everywhere and ...