Ibis Orly Aeroport
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The front desk was very friendly, shower was immediately hot and great pressure - so all of that was a nice relief to a 36 hour flight disaster. Free wi-fi and breakfast.
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Our flights to and from the USA cost us just under £400 each and bizarrely it was cheaper for us to fly via London than actually starting and ending our travels in London. Our outbound journey begins at Paris Orly with an early flight travelling with British Airways to London Heathrow at 0735 where we then have a little over three hours to change …
We started the day slowly, all feeling like we have been go, go, go for a week. None the less we still headed out around 10.30am to see Monet's Water Lilies at the Musee de L'Orangerie. They were stunning, 8 large canvases on display in two oval shaped rooms. Zoe's favourite was 'Green Reflections' and George' was 'Clear morning with Willows'. We also saw works by Renoir, ...
... is a grand palace and incredibly impressive but with that many people there it felt crowded so it was the farm and garden areas that we enjoyed the most. After being in cities for the past ten days it was nice to have the quiet and calmness that the farm provided plus the animals were really cute to see! This is our last night in Paris and we plan on just ...
... in case France had won and went crazy! We walked all the way up the Champs-Elysees but we were unable to go up or even get close to the Arch de Triomphe. It was all shut off and the police were standing all around. We couldn't figure out what was going on. Eventually an American told us that it was all blocked off and the police were out in force because someone had threatened to blow up the Arch de Triomphe due to France losing the soccer!!! So bizarre! It seemed ...
... the tower. We take the next lift up to the Sommet level which is the top, we come out and yet again we are just in amazement of how far up and all we can see. We wander around all sides and take in all that we can see. We make our way down via the lift and cross over the river Seine trying to avoid as many gipsy's as possible. This gives us a different perspective of the tower and take to opportunity to take some more photos from the Palais De Chaillot because you can never ...