Ibis Budget Paris Porte d'Aubervilliers
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... have to say that after we'd done our night time tour as well as the hop on hop off bus, I'm feeling a bit over it. And it's a bit warm for my liking. But very pretty and interesting nonetheless. Highlights would be - the printemps dept store with its pink roses, driving up the champs élysées both in daylight and night, the sparkling Eiffel Tower ... Collapsing into bed after our taxi ride ...
... cathedral sits on the highest point in the city of Paris. We arrived just in time for the evening mass. We only stayed for the beginning, but while we were there we enjoyed listening to a choir of nuns that were participating in the service. We walked around through the Montmartre area (the area the church is in) following part of a walking tour in a Rick Steves guide book. We enjoyed a nice dinner before taking the metro back to the apartment.
... to start. Did I tell you Mary walks to the closest bakery each morning for croissants...well she does! Meanwhile I make coffee and set the table. Ok so after this delightful petit dejeuner, we headed to the bus stop for our trusty #69 to the Musee D'Orsay. I love this place, it's huge and the best part is that it's an old railway station...what could be better. We already had our tickets so only had to stand in the security check line. The D'Orsay houses a ...
We have found out that Simon, Livania, and Isabel are coming to stay at Christmas and for all our sakes we are very excited. We hope Simon's holiday is not disrupted as sometimes happens, but in any case we will be with the girls for about 12 days. With this in mind we tried a ...
... cautious - I didn't feel a thing... The flea market was huge! (even for being the small one) Everything from clocks to lamps to paintings to silverware to books to linens to furniture. Just like a flea market at home - except that some the offerings start from the 1700's . REAL old stuff. Charlene liked a nice old restaurant table with cast iron legs. I almost got traded away ...