Comfort Hotel Acadie Les Ulis
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... as despite all of us following the map (Stephanie split from me & Max as she wanted to see different art than we were interested in) we all got lost! Because although the maps indicate to move forward to another exhibit on the same level, one then actually goes up stairs, down escalators, around several corners & finds oneself on an altogether different floor in an altogether different part of the museum (or so it seemed!). ...
It was obvious from the outset that Paris knew it had given us a slightly ****** day yesterday, and was trying to make up for it. We woke up to the sun streaming down and blue only slightly smoggy skies, with the Eiffel Tower clearly visible from our bedroom window. We had paid for breakfast this morning and were delighted with it- croissants, Nutella, cornflakes, baguette and cheese, banana loaf, fresh coffee and orange juice. Intent ...
... before one reaches the Eiffel Tower. The children wanted to wade in that pool SO much as it was hot for Paris at 91 degrees. Parisians are used to the 70s and low 80s even in July.
The lines were long to get to the elevator from the second level to the top of the tower. But we all maintained good natures and eventually soared to the top of Paris. It truly is ...
Woke to a fine, sunny, warm day for a change. The plan for today is to walk through Le Marais, down past Notre Dame, and have a tour on the big red bus. This is an open topped hop on hop off bus that tours the main tourist attractions of Paris. Le Marais is a very old part of Paris, with a Jewish quarter and narrow streets filled with small shops. None of the streets are straight, and it is quite difficult to follow maps! We crossed onto the island where Notre Dame sits. It is a ...
... was about 5ft 6 which in that day was about average. The fallacy that he was really short was perpetrated by the British, as propaganda!!! We then moved down the road to the Hotel des Invalides, which houses Napoleon's tomb in the Eglise du Dome. The tomb is situated, so that if you are on the ground floor you have to kneel to see it and if you are in the lower ground floor you have to look up to see it. Apparently Hitler was a huge fan, but when he came ...