Hotel Median Roissy CDG Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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My opinion and outlook on Paris did a complete 180 today. If you had of asked me what my opinion was of Paris was in the morning I would have said that I hated it and that I would've more than happy if we were to fly out tomorrow, ask me the same question later that afternoon or evening and I would have told you that I really like Paris. I wouldn't go as far as to say that I love it and that I would come back, but I certainly don't despise it like ...
... one next to me was very friendly and chatty but the other was a big young man and unnerved me a bit. Then the one next to me told me he was born in Syria and the other was from Palestine. That put the wind up me a bit. Then the hostess asked for them for their bags to put up above as we were in an exit row and one said to be careful as his was fragile. I was getting edgy as I was thinking bomb!!! I was then informed one was Catholic and one Muslim. The swarthy one ...
... down to Marie Antoinette's Domain. Luxurious private quarters, gardens, a village of its own, pathways to walk on (no signposts mind you so you are never sure where you will end up). Its just lovely. They don't talk too much about her death - but that's ok - we all know the history.
It was really a fabulous day - and I'm so glad I got a chance to see the Palace and its grounds again this visit. Perhaps one day I will come back and stay for two days. ...
... the cathedral, which needed to be rebuilt.
A light lunch, and on to Mercier. This place was amazing. The undergound caves go for 18km, and you need to move around them on a train. Another tasting of 1 glass !, and then back on the bus for the drive home. Arrive in Paris just before 6:00pm and the traffic is its usual awfulness.
Walked around, and ...
Crowds, queues and more crowds! Of course we struck the worst days to go to the Louvre and Musee D'Orsay. Yesterday the Musee D'Orsay was closed so everyone went to the Louvre. Today it was vice versa. Even with our museum cards we had to queue for 45 minutes. Instead of catching the Metro, as it was quite a nice morning we walked/strolled across the Ile de la Cite and along the banks of the Seine to the museum. On one of the bridges there were hundreds of ...