Holiday Inn Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport
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... and windy I was happy to take it all in. When the tour finished I walked down the stairs (which is much quicker than the lift) with Barbra (to get more stairs in). At the lights Barbra and I caught up again and walked back to the Metro together. And chatted heaps, it was nice to meet someone in Paris I have stuff in common with and who has moved here from somewhere (very inspiring). At the metro said goodbye again and then jumped on the 9 where I struggled to ...
... this beautiful garden. From there we rode back home for some breakfast and then it was back in the n our bikes to Musse de l' Orangerie. There they have 2 complete rooms covered in the largest of the water lillies paintings called Les Nympheas by Monet. They are so impressive. Along with other rooms full of Renoirs, Degas, Picasso, and all the our impressionists of the late 1800 early 1900. From there we were back on the bikes and we rode down to the Notre Dame cathedral. ...
... long. The sky is clear and from 30,000 feet we can gaze down on America's mid west. Earlier the captain pointed out the Grand Canyon down to our right. Photo opportunity, for those seated like us by the right window. At 17.30 by my watch, which is pretty meaningless time-wise except in measuring my day, it is dark and we are flying over somewhere big, maybe Toronto. At 18.30 I put in earplugs and don an eye mask and try ...
... did provide a nice breeze until I was able pick up a new pair for a mere 4x the cost of what I would pay at home.)
We ate at Hippopotamus, a French steakhouse chain, at the unfashionably early hour of 6:30 pm. (it was odd being the only people in a large, popular restaurant.) After finishing off the lovely bottle of Loire Chenin, we headed back to the hotel to retire early this ...
... chinese meal after class and went to see the La Grand Epicerie De Paris. This is what David Jones food hall would like to be. Clean open display of top quality groceries, wine, seafood , meats, fruit, vegetables,foreign country shelves, bakery, charcuterie, cheese, etc. One can sit up and eat oysters, shellfish with wine, or sit at the Spanish table and have jamon sliced for you. We bought a miserable bag of things ...