Comfort Hotel Bretigny sur Orge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... by Renoir and Cézanne, Matisse and Picasso, and a full exhibit on french artiste Émile Bernard, which closes today. It's all a welcome change from the bizarre and questionable artwork we perused during yesterday's tour of the Centre Pompidou!
Since we were already close, we decided to walk along the length of the Champs Élysées to the Arc de Triomphe. We can see it in the distance, so the walk can't be too long, but ...
... movement of a city in action were impressive.
The bridge we crossed is one of a couple of Paris bridges that have been adopted by the public as a place for recently married (or not so recent) to fasten a lock with their names to symbolize their marriage union that shouldn’t be unlocked. With thousands of locks weighing down the bridge, it was an impressive sight, a great symbol with probably a few locks ...
... it being "holy"...) After Soisson it was a quick trip into Paris, we dropped Francois at the airport and caught a taxi to our hotel. When we tried to follow the signs to the taxi rank, two men stood at the doorway who tried to tell us they were the airport official taxi service and we needed to follow them upstairs... away from the taxi rank? It screamed dodgy to us so ...
... for summer holiday (in French). Cafés as far as the eye could see saved us and we ate a beautiful chicken and beef for wazza, lunch. Mousse dessert was almost like a cake. Very nice. Just sitting back in our lovely apartment eating cheese (Camembert here taste like smelly feet) and crackers and drinking champaign trying to get some energy to go out again tonight. Sleep might win though as we need our wits about us tomorrow and the next ...
Today we relaxed in our little village apartment till mid morning. We then left our little suburb of Jourdain to travel by metro to the city. Firstly we walked the full length of the Champs-Élysées. Nothing like wearing the boys out. However we did punctuate the walk with food and sports shops! We also visited the Mercedes Benz shop to dream of purchasing yet another car (see photos). With its cinemas, cafés, luxury specialty shops and clipped ...