Comfort Hotel Champigny sur Marne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... or costs so we bought one from a street vendor and started to walk to Notre Dame church. Rain got too heavy do we stopped for lunch in a little restaurant. Rain kept coming so off we go again and visit the amazing church. By the time we finished the rain eased and was now just showers. Walked through streets of Paris and came across the Luxembourg Palace and its extraordinary gardens. Taxi back to hotel and rest before meeting the other two couples for ...
... It’s evolved into modern gardens and museums, especially to honor the theory of evolution. There is a statue to Lamarck at the base of the gardens, celebrating him as “the founder of evolution”, which I thought an odd turn of a phrase. How does a human being “found” evolution? More than a bit grandiloquent!
I paid a few Euros to duck inside the Grande Gallerie de l’Évolution, ...
... and the respectful peaceful silence even thought there were hundreds of people there. It was an "oh mon dieu" moment. I could go on and on. Le Tour Eiffel, Notre Dame, the Louvre, the Seine, so many beautiful places and so much history. So that's how you do Paris in a day ( or three ). Today we are walking to some markets to have brunch then heading off later this afternoon to catch our flight to ...
... as if they just walked out yesterday- family photos on the walls, personal book collections, and books of hand written recipes in kitchen drawers. Beautiful! Finding dinner which was gluten free was a slight challenge, but not too difficult. We spent the afternoon, exploring our local streets and taking in all the sights and ...
... changing, we joined the hoards on the church steps, listening to local musicians, sampling the foie gras and sweet wine and contemplating dinner.
I was filled up on the appies but Alan chose a duck magrit on baguette. We continued to sample the lovely wines and chat it up with the locals until swept out by ...