Comfort Hotel Champigny sur Marne
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Ahhh so last night I stayed up and tried to figure out what was opened when to come up wih a plan to maximize the museum pass we were going to buy! So because we stayed up a little too late, we were a little tired... But once we got moving we were good to go, or at least I was.... We went straight to the louvre, spent about 5 hours looking at the fabulous art, rooms, ...
... spent the evening dining in style at a lovely French restaurant It was our last evening and we sat with Robbie and Maggie an Australian couple we have got quite friendly with. .I had a scallop dish for entrée, Nev tried out snails. We were entertained by French songs played on a button accordion. We really enjoyed the evening. It was topped off with a bus trip around the city lights
... and beautiful lights. The highlight of course was the Eiffel Tower, we arrive around 10pm and it is lit up and then all of a sudden the twinkle lights start. Everyone around it just lifted with excitement and the cameras are snapping away, who can get the best selfie, who can juggle for the best photo postion. So for the photos on our B grade camera that we got we are pretty happy. We continue on our way and we arrive at Moulin Rouge, the first thing we see is ...
... the drawbridge, and through the grounds of the castle. On the other side was the parc. The parc du floral was amazing. The daffodils were gone, but the tulips were in full splendor. There was a bonsai garden indoors, and a number of different playgrounds which Rhea loved. You could here the french children's delight at meeting an English speaking girl.
At sunset we ventured back to our place and settled in as the real sightseeing would start tomorrow.
Early start this morning. Large breakfast awaiting us downstairs, then farewells all round as each member of the family left for work and uni. Phillipe then took us to the station for the journey to London on the Eurostar. We left just after nine to avoid most of the peak hour traffic. It was still very busy but flowed easily most of the time. To see the motorbikes and scooters weaving through the midst of the cars was pretty ...