Campanile Cergy Pontoise
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Once again.. We were up early.. Out by 0720.. And hunting down metro and the SNFC train.. Always a chore to find the right train in the right part of a station! With help..we did. The hour ride out of Paris was pleasant..the bus from Vernon to Monet's Giverny nice. We arrived. And walked down narrow cobblestone streets to the entry. Roses and red poppies..wild flowers and birds..sheep and ostriches ..how divine! The Japanese Bridge and water ...
... road. The car is a 2 door diesel compact Citron. It is. Bit tight with all our bags and bags but I guess we will work it out. We headed for Auvers-Sur-Oise which is the burial place of Vincent Van Gogh and spent the last 6 years of his life in the town and there are several buildings and sights that feature in his works. The town and district is in the final stages of planing for a festival. We booked our hotel at Pontoise which is ...
... Once again we found the queue into Notre Dame far too long to join but we were pleased to be about to circumvent it at Musee D'Orsay by having a pass. At least an hour was saved. Once again Emma and I found ourselves before masterpieces. Given we had missed the Rodin Museum yesterday I enjoyed being able to walk upon his sculptures. You can really see why he was accused of casting from life so realistic and also the artwork ...
... to answer for Sunday. I'm not sure how I am going to get it all done plus see everything so I am definitely going to have to come back!
Paris is beautiful and I love it here! I am arting out and eating amazing food and drinking heavenly coffee and climbing mass amounts of stairs and speaking unending French. So basically I am 400% ...
... and now located in a park near a school. Then we walked towards the river and came upon a little market of crafts and produce that we sampled. Along the Siene we came to Notre Dame - Gabrielle was amazed that we could see the same view as her book showed! During the tour inside, the most interesting part was a chronology of the building of the church - made me think of World Without End. Further along the way we found a café near the Louvre for lunch of ...