Mercure Versailles Parly 2
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Today started as a down day relaxing from all the walking. Around 3, we headed to Lafayette galeries, a huge department store full of high end designers. I was looking for a necklace as a souvenir, there was lots I couldn't afford but they were very nice. We looked at lots of jewelry, I tried one on but it wasn't the length I wanted. She tried selling me a longer chain but they were 200€. This mall is so huge it has a male mall and a female mall. ...
... metro to Bastille and found our wonderful restaurant - Bofinger. Fabulous art nouveau decor, and also fabulous ambience. Wonderful food. All excellent and such fun. I had calf's liver, perfectly cooked, after a "cappuccino de petits pois"!! Amr and Carole had a plate of Alsatian meat and sauerkraut. Sort of German style as you would imagine - sausage, pork, smoked meat...(I was glad I had mine which I LOVED). So today we set out together, John feeling ...
... needs some work Our Sri Lankin driver arrived apologising for his delay , we couldn't have cared less we were so relieved to be on our way . Marie our host from LaVilla Paris welcomed us and showed us to our room. As inviting as the bed looked we resisted ,showered and after a quick session with Marie we were on our way to explore Paris ...
... taking in the lush green manicured gardens, brightly coloured flowers, ponds with water fountains we spotted an amusement park down one side of the gardens....so off we went...and before we knew it we were on the biggest and probably scariest ride in the park, which also provided a great view of Paris! Next we headed to Champ de Mars to snap up a spot under the Eiffel to enjoy the Bastille Day concert and fireworks display. As hundreds more people started to arrive ...
... as we would be needing our kidneys later and they wouldn't be worth very much after Ireland anyways. Next stop was to pick up our brand spanking new Peugot 208 at the Charles de Gaulle airport. Essentially, Paris traffic resembles a bunch of 4 year olds being fed two red bulls each, spun around on a merry-go-round for ten minutes then allowed to drive the bumper cars at the circus. That, coupled with the experience on the way to the airport with the car in front of us hitting ...