Classics Hotel Porte de Versailles
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... manual( in English thank goodness ) and says he is going to clean the filter. I stayed right out of this as I have had to do this at home and water goes everywhere and is impossible to get out as the filter sits at the base of the machine. Well there was a blockage and Rod ( alias now Mr fix it ) clears it.Yes water went everywhere and was impossible to get out. Hooray we can get clothes out. I hang the clothes out after they have been spun but they are still heaps wet. ...
... warm here and no air conditioning. Venus de Milo would have welcomed us with open arms, but she didn't have any. :). We looked at all the Greek antiquities and then Italian sculptures. We saw Psyche and Cupid by A. Canova, and then Michaelangelos "Captive". Next we climbed the stairs to see the Italian paintings, especially the Mona Lisa! We did our best to capture the picture. Then we went to the Hall of Apollo that had very interesting sculptures and crowns. We went in to ...
... writhing around a young lady. In a glass water tank!
They certainly packed us in, there must have been over 500 at our show, then the 11pm show were streaming in as we left. We were even entertained on the Metro ride home with a noisy accordion player then an Asian opera singer (of sorts).
We have just finished breakfast at the apartment with hot bread from the local boulangerie and will head off to Montmartre ...
... through their feet to see the ground - bit of a spinner that will be.
On terra firma again we headed off to the Trocadero to check out the tower from their - Cecily had done her usual research and found that the best views of the tower were meant to be from there so we were doing a recognisance trip to make sure for our later night-time picture taking plans.
The view was good and we then shot off towards La Defense and the grande Arch. We walked ...
... I caught le metro to Concorde and discovered Pierre Hermé, a decadent shop selling delightful macaroons and sorbets. I only bought three macaroons; apricot, rose and rose/raspberry. (And I ate them all on the bus!) From Concorde I walked to Madeline where I caught up with the open bus tour from yesterday and toured the Montmartre area. Back on le metro to my hotel on the other side of Paris to recover and to pack my suitcase for tomorrow's flight to ...
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