Ibis Budget Roissy CDG Paris Nord 2
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... Tower, Stuart keeps telling me to stay close to him as he has no lights. (He has always been the brave one in the relationship before). Ride back thru the back Streets of Paris and home after midnight. Making us a cuppa when Stuart suggest a sleep in. Thank God, cause I would never have suggested that. Last night we went to sleep with Trafglar Square on the corner and tonight we have the Louvre, ...
... We didn't know quite how tiny it was until we got there. The shop had tables outside and just a two inside. The pastries and coffee were great though. There were some British people next to us so it was nice to hear some English. It can get pretty isolating with French everywhere so much. After a nice French breakfast we went to explore our own neighborhood some more. There was an outdoor store we wanted to check out. After Bryan had nearly wanted to ...
... it. I know I do. The architecture and the furniture are bigger than Ben Hur and the outside grounds just take your breath away, and by the way we've been there before. In winter the grounds aren't at their best of course, but scale and scope of the gardens is massive. It's no wonder that peace treaties for wars have been signed here. It's no wonder that the world's first revolution for ...
... last indulgence in France.
We even had a chance to walk off dinner with an after-dark power stroll through the cute village of Roissy, a short distance from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Time to sleep and rest up for the long non-stop to San Francisco before the final hop to Portland. We will pick up Charlie and Onnie, our schnauzers, around 7:00pm and then we'll be home. Home sweet home.
Good night, Paris!
Mike and ...
... interested in forming an accord with other nations; it spent a good half of the time stuck to some other boat. Maryann sailed happily on her own in the Belgian flagged vessel. After sailing, a picnic lunch, go-carts and playground time at the Jardin Luxembourg, it was off to the basilica Sacre-Coeur where the view of Paris rivals the top of the Eiffel Tower. From there we wound our way down through Montmarte, said goodbye and went our separate ways. Our kids ...