L'Hotel de l'Ile du Saussay
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... saw the exposed ruins that were exposed when an underground car park was being built. Informative screens taught us about the history of Paris, once known as Lutetia.
We then made our way to the Musee d'Orsay, an art museum located in an old railway station. (Had the Louvre not been closed, we may have missed this, which would have been a pity, as I quite enjoyed wandering through the small galleries, noting the changes in artistic style over the decades ...
... though Paris taxis have become much more clean since they’ve had competition), and faster. There is no waiting in line at the taxi stand, just punch in the smartphone app and a car is usually there, at least at the airport, in a minute. And they’re often very nice cars. Anyway, my experience has been good so far.
We hit traffic going into Paris, so I chatted with the driver. He asked me what kind of music I liked, and detecting a bit of ...
... I don't know what it was called. Got back on the bus, and went to a vineyard. The vineyard tour was also impeccable. I've been on vineyard tours before, but normally they would be with my dad, and so the wine would be made in a very specific way, which normally involves keeping the wine in the barrel for hundreds of years (maybe I exaggerate.) This woman made wine that is normally drunk at the dinner table, and the older it is, the worse it is. I'm ...
... to do,.. for now. Preparations are well under way with lighting, cameras,.. and 4,000 seats all in place for the service. We know this is going to be a very moving, and emotional experience,.. but we are looking forward to it. Saturday, April 25th started for us at 3.00 am. The alarm went off and we had all our clobber laid out so we could dress and head off to the shuttle bus, a bit less than a kilometre away in Corbie. We decided to ride our bikes ...
... river ends up in a cyclo ride to the Champs Élysées.. With it's famous Xmas markets.. I'm sure all of Paris and half the countries tourists are now in here....
it has to be seen to be believed.. Pure magic in the 300 plus specially built chalets, the illumination of lights, decorations, food stalls, gift ware, taverns etc...running from the Arc de Triump all the way down to Place de la Concorde ..it is magnificent
a great finale for day one in Paree.. ...