Hotel des Buttes Chaumont
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... with all the negativity we managed to check in, drop our bags off and sit in the most filthiest airport for a few hours before our flight. We flew Air France who are currently striking. Thankfully we were checked in. An American guy who got to the airport at lunch time couldn't get his luggage checked in as the staff refused. Thankfully a £20 bribe got his luggage on the plane. We could not wait to say goodbye to Italy and hello France.
When we landed in Paris ...
... 8212; Der Holzfäller (The Woodcutter)
... I haven’t missed owning a car at all. With my Pass Navigo rail pass which allows you unlimited travel within prescribed zones, I feel like superman. I can go from one part of the city to another in no time. Using the metro keeps you fit with the stairs and walking really makes you feel like you’re part of the pulse of Paris and a ‘veritable Parisien'. If only the Bay Area had a similar network (which will probably never happen). Now if only the RATP ...
... in some brochures. It connects a main street to an open area at the rear where we found a lovely old church, Notre Dame. The Passage had a small number of shops along it and a large Salon de thé at the rear - with tables in the two storey salon, in the arcade and outside in the courtyard. When we walked by initially there were few customers but afterwards they were very busy. In their display window we noted they were selling 'scones' - see the image and read how they ...
... paintings and sculptures. Amazing building. Art frustrates me a little cause I don't really know how to appreciate it other than 'hey, that looks nice'. Am frustrated by my ignorance basically.
From there we went to Museum de l'Orangerie. This is a museum mostly dedicated to Monet.
After a nice respite with art we then got back on the bikes to get to the Palais Garnier. This is the Opera house that Phantom of the Opera was based on. Stuff me. What a building. ...