Ibis Charles de Gaulle Paris Nord 2
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... You cannot climb to the top level, so we missed that bit. Next time. Quick lunch then climbed down and boarded the bus, that then took us around most of the sights of the well known areas of Notre Dame, Latin Quarter, and the Seine. Hopped off at the Musée D'Orsay. Built in an old railway station, the fantastic building is as good as the art. Lots of sculpture, and then the ...
... got to the room, you could see why he was worried. It is a very small place but very well thought out. The couch makes into the bed, and the kitchen did have a small window as well as one over the bed area. In the kitchen there was a two burner stove, sink, small refrigerator and a washer/dryer combo. More on that later! There was also water boiler and of course we had our coffee pot with us! The bathroom ...
... all around us. The sun had come out and allowed us to move on from our haunting experience. It was time for more walking. I had read about another canal (we do know we are slightly obsessed with them, but they are so brilliant!) this one required many stops and changes on the tube. When we got there, we saw many youth, all sitting and talking with wine or beer in their hands, beside the unused canal. People walked their dogs and drunk at standing tables at bars. It was local ...
... maybe I can do something miraculous with photoshop elements. There is an underpass now to get to the ponds rather than just walking across the little country road. But the water lilies were in bloom and the ponds were as lovely as ever. The garden was gorgeous and all unruly like it used to be, profuse with various flowers. We went through the house and enjoyed that. About an hour's drive back to our hotel.
All packed and ready to leave our floating home of the past 2 weeks. Today we catch the fast train to Paris. The journey only took 3 hours and we were provided with refreshments, shared our own little table for 4 , and in all had a lovely train ride. Very hot when we reached Paris and we had to drive past one of the poorest parts of the city before reaching our hotel. It was certainly an eye opener, and you can see how awful it must be for the many ...