Euro Hotel Orly Rungis
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It is a lovely sunny day today so even though we both have head colds (yeah, I know, that's a surprise!) we ventured forth to see more of the sights. We started with the Pantheon which is where all the famous and important people from past and current French history are entombed. it was incredibly beautiful and featured many lovely murals on the walls and ceilings as well as some amazing and detailed marble statues.
We admired the main hall and went down the stairs to the crypts where ...
... inspired by King Louis XIII in 1623-24 and came to life in 1715 after 50 years of building work. Wading through throngs of people we managed to see the Hall of Mirrors, State apartments, multiple drawing room, Kings and Queens bedrooms etc, all with hand artwork and sculptures on ceilings and walls. Looks very gawdy these days but no expense spared ...
... Elysees, arc de Triumph, St Germaine and Notre Dame etc.. it was a big loop.
We had a lightish lunch in St Germain, consiting of sardines, omlette plus a couple of local brews.. it was rather hot today.
At one stage none of us were talking to each other:-
- The Capain had the poos big time because he wasn't ...
... taste of Paris. it truly is the city of lights. We took a Paris by night guided open top bus tour through the city, it went past all of the sites and was fantastic. we couldn't have asked for better weather, quite mild and Crystal clear sky's. The following day we slept in (the night tour got back after midnight) and then got some croissant and pastries for breakfast , before jumping on ...
... bunks. This overnight train was
the cattle boat for sure with people that appeared to be from all over the
world. There was a certain smell that we were presented with as soon as we boarded,
one that you would expect with this kind of scenario. We settled into our small
cabin and figured out how to fold down the bunks and get ready for bed. I think
if I tried to imagine what a bunk would feel like in a jail cell, this would be
it. Needless ...