Holiday Inn Paris Versailles Bougival
Travel Blogs from Bougival
... and catching up with some of the homies from back home!! I walked to the local boulangerie this morning to buy a fresh baguette and then I made ham and butter sandwiches with mustard and Camembert (I've decided that's my signature French meal). I was having a hard time eating thou cause I burned the roof of my mouth last night while eating escargot because they were boiling hot and I was too hungry/ impatient to wait for them to cool down. So after I finished ...
... We continued on until we looked at each other and indicated that we were overwhelmed.It was time to go! There is so much to see and you become so totally consumed and immersed,you need to step away for a while. We did ,we walked back through Les Beaux Passages ,back to our studio and reflected on our visit.You need to visit the Louvre several times if you have the time to spend. We are putting clothes back into suitcases as we are catching the train to London tomorrow ...
This is my third visit to Paris so I don't have the burning desire to load up seeing and doing all the big stuff again, this time I want to just pick a few things and just enjoy the mundane living in Paris. So it's off to the market to buy breakfast and have an expresso at the corner cafe. The supermarket is closed today so pastry for brekky is the option. There are a few things I haven't done before and tomorrow will be a big ...
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Oh my gosh - cannot believe my apartment! My hosts instructions were perfect and I'm literally 100 steps from Notre Dame Cathedral! I can swing a mouse in my baby apartment, swinging a cat may be a problem but it's perfect. Walked down through St Germain and the Latin quarter, around the cathedral, and had so many choices for dinner. So French. If I could just find a tour office to book Monet's Gardens I would be sorted! ...
... garden of Monet. Jan chatted on the phone in French to our host in Chartres, and to numerous train dudes and and generally sorting out stuff ... impressive. Our first gambit into the Metro was challenging ... much problem solving ... lots of 'where?', 'which way?' 'what-the?' We prevailed. Did some forward booking on trains. Sitting on the train to Vernon in first class was restful for the hour it took. The countryside industrial ...
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