Ibis Budget Paris Porte de Vanves
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Today is checkout from our Apartment in Paris. Dad is buying some fresh croissant, then packing the car and leaving Paris.
The drive is about 640km back and we do it in about 8 hours. Arrive late afternoon back at Grossmamis. Now the quiet time is over grandma and the Aussies are back. Watch out!
... painters and spot the more famous paintings and painters' works. We saw other da Vinci's, Caravaggio's, Michelangelo's, and some others. What was amusing about most of the paintings was their size - some dwarfed us because they were actually murals, paintings on walls, which were transported into the museum. The other amusing thing was the captions for every display were written only in French, without translations to English. But the fun part was, I was able to roughly ...
... s zooming around between the hundreds of people as if the board was permanently attached to them, they were also doing a limbo routine at the end to get under a line they'd tied off about 3 feet off the ground. The skill was in aborting if necessary when the target zone was blocked by a wandering person.
Blader's Two: The Trocadero is set up on a huge flight of steps, so a group of roller bladers were set to go down them. They cleared the steps by ...
... if you go with the flow. We cruised the left bank of the Seine, saw the Eiffel Tower and took a few pics. Cruised up the Champs-Élysées, did a lap around the Arc de Triomphe and back down the avenue to the Lourve, crossed over the Seine down thru Saint Germaine and then on out to Montmartre and back past Notre Dame Cathedral to drop our bike off. Doesn't sound like much but that was the better part of 6 solid hours (included a lunch break at ...
... people going/been to Paris as we just thought they were like any other department store we’ve been to in the UK or New York, nothing special really in terms of shopping. After making our break for freedom from the crazed shoppers we walked along to Palais Garnier (Opera House), we took some nice quiet back streets which was nice. Unfortunately by the time we got to the opera house we’d just missed the last time for tickets so ...