Holiday Inn Paris-Porte De Clichy
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ST ALBANS ENGLAND / PARIS FRANCE The 14th was our last full day at Steve's house (my dad's cousin). We went to the pool for about an hour and a half. They had diving blocks that said on them "PUBLIC USE" so Manoa went over to them and put one foot on them. All the sudden, the life guard blew his whistle and told us to get off? 10 minutes later the life guard came over to us and asked us what my dad had on his wrist 'it was only a ...
... of fun. I've decided that I want in, and my mid-life crisis present to myself will be one of these three-wheelers.
Velib': On the first day in our new apartment, we noticed a long rack of identical bicycles parked across from our house. They were all identical and looked sort of custom made. By the evening time, all the bicycles had vanished. Then in the night, all were back and docked/locked onto the parking structure. ...
... of the city we just looked for the Eiffel Tower and headed in that direction. As we wandered through the Parisian streets I was already beginning to fall in love with the architecture. The city was built with perspective in mind so from every monument you can see something special through or near it as well. For instance a glance through the middle of the Arc de Triomphe offers a view of the Louvre Ferris Wheel at the end of Champs Elysees. The design is completely ...
... traffic into Paris. Took 1 1/2 hours but taxi still only 65 euro so not bad really. After a shower, unpacked and around to KB for our coffee fix. How lucky are we to have THE best coffee place in Paris a mere 5 minutes away. Tim (not Johnston) was there and happy to see us back! Next stop Juveniles for lunch. This is my first stop on every trip but usually dinner. However, as we were going somewhere for my birthday had to make it lunch. Tim Johnston looking ...
... another gorgeous cafe that we couldn't resist before heading back out on the metro.
On our way home we stopped in at Musee de la Musique for a quick visit. We all thoroughly enjoyed it here. The audio guides were great, there were so many different instruments that you could listen to.
Dinner at a local Billancourt restaurant. Early night :)