Ibis Budget Issy Les Moulineaux
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... Rod I have hung them out and they should be dry in about a week so we will have to stay one more week in Paris- he said no , he will take to the laundrette. We had done ( well the boys had ) 3 lots of washing in Ireland but I had my own thoughts France would be different and prepared Rod that he would have to both stay and wash then dry clothes. Rod thought I was full of it. It turned out I was right and Rod returns some 2.5 hours later. Just in time for a quick bite as ...
... collection and saw a Degas, Renoir, and Toulouse Letrek. We headed off to find the other masterpieces and visited The Lacemaker by Vermeer (17th c.), the Card-sharper by G. de La Tour. (14th-17th c). We saw The Descent from the Cross, which included sculptures of St Nicodemus, St. John, and the synagogue. We didn't get enough of Napoleon yesterday so we went to see his Apartments display. More and more opulence. We saw a beautiful dining table, a cool 3 person chair, and his ...
We are now feeling more or less normal again, so it was up early and off to the Grenelle Markets located beneath the overhead Metro station just up the road. Great selection of produce, cheeses, breads, seafood and even a huge urn of bechamel sauce bubbling away from which you can buy a container for the night's meal.
We bought a dozen roses, including a couple of green buds, so the apartment is looking and smelling ...
... the Metro and there it was right in front of us, a great modern building which just wanted its picture taken, and Cecily (and I) duly obliged.
Lunch in the area was duly dispatched and it was back to the serious business of photography - which took hours more as we wandered about the area checking out the significant buildings (and there were lots of them). The old camera was playing up (again) and I was unable to get a zoom shot working - it seemed to take ...
... trip Switzerland!
We picked our rental car and then drove to the hotel to pick up our luggage and then started driving towards to Switzerland. By the time we negotiated the traffic in Paris and got out of the city it was 8pm. So it was a long way to go to Geneva, almost 540km and we reached our hotel in Ambily at about 2am. Room was very nice and we all went to sleep to get up fresh and awake to explore Switzerland.