Ibis Budget Paris Porte de Pantin
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Hi Everyone-- or anyone who comes here to see what we are up to. WOW what an adventure it it has been! Got time for a long read? Well here we go! today is sunday and it is about 1600 hr , I'm a wee bit disoriented ( hush! W.S. crew, I am not always that way!) First, we got off fromSac nice and easy, into Dallas, browsed around a bit ate at an Irish Pub in the airport, and the food was terrific, and then went to be in place for the next leg of our journey, only to learn that ...
... etc. in 13 trips to WDW and DL Anaheim, any garbage I have ever seen there when combined into one would still be a minute percentage as to what I witnessed today in Paris. Paint is chipped on attractions, turnstiles, rides. benches, etc. It was almost like this was a knock off park using the Disney branding illegally, like when you see knock off bags in NYC claiming to be Coach or Prada. Very disappointing to say the least. We went to get some sort of breakfast Disney ...
Oh my gosh! So Brett almost got caught in the metro doors on the way to the Eiffel Tower! The metro was super busy and people were pushing their way on and poor Brett got stuck in the middle of it as the doors were closing. We were almost separated in the midst of all the chaos. However, once we got to the Eiffel Tower it was spectacular!! We can't believe how magnificent it was. I'm so proud of Brett on that he conquered his fear of heights and went all the way to the top with ...
Today we went to the Louvre Museum. In french its called Musee du Louvre. We noticed the big glass pyamid outside. This was the entrance. The Louvre was first a palace before it was a museum.
Inside we were hunting for the original painting of the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. We found it in a bullet proof glass display box. I liked it. Along the way we saw ...
... than about 20 minutes, after buying our book of 10 metro tickets.
After being met at the apartment by the owners father, who gave us instructions on how to operate the coffee machine and other important features of the apartment, we set out to explore Montmartre. Up one flight of steps to the next, before we arrived at the square full of portrait painters and their tourist models. Around the corner was the Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, I wondered ...