Ibis Charles de Gaulle Paris Nord 2
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... a range of different dances all from different parts of the world. On Monday we headed to the Tuileries and sat on one of the deck chairs by the pond, looking up at the Louvre in front of us, and having a reflective moment about how these might just be some of the best days of our lives. If the Tuileries can be this beautiful in summer, I'll be waiting eagerly to see them in spring and summer! We found some ...
... not to have a run on second to last day! It was threatening rain and we had slept in. There were things to do! First up a visit to the Perigot shop for a couple of Christmann presents then Jeff wanted to visit the Boss store for jeans. Success for him but only one pair before we had to scoot around to Juveniles for a last lunch with Laurence. Delicious, two entrees for me. Salmon gravlax with cucumber and yogurt and a salad of green ...
... dark as we were traveling along but glad we were on the bus and not in a taxi heading into town. The Roissy bus is a direct bus, no stops from the time you get on at the airport until you get to the Opera metro stop. So very cool!
Marc had emailed us some instructions on how to get to his place and the instructions were so very complete we had no problem getting to the outside door and there were ...
... 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 ...
... to the Arch de Triomphe. The Champs-Elysees is a popular street containing some of the more expensive shops in Paris. Tonight, there were lots and lots of cops all along the Champs-Elysees - police vans, cars etc parked in the middle and on either side, all along the pavement there were groups of 3 - 4 cops every 15 - 20m. They were dressed for a riot with their shields etc. We wondered if it was something to do with the World Cup Soccer Match. Maybe they ...