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 …
... the main hub of the Metro, there is nearly always an Orchestra playing, their music is haunting and beautiful. We went with Ornella back to the Japanese place we went to last week, it was just as good and I think they were expecting us, we had the same table as last week. I am all done with the Dentist, she was wonderful and made an appointment for me at 1900, they start late and finish late here. Simon, Liv and Issy are here, we can't wait to show them ...
... of Paris in the days of St. Genevieve. The dome is being renovated so the pendulum was not hanging and you could not go up into the dome. But the crypt below was intriguing with its remains of the likes of Rousseau, Voltaire, Victor Hugo, Dumas, Clovis and many more figures of importance in Paris history. We figured by now we had seen the burial places of pretty much everyone of any repute! Rick found this very interesting in relation to his reading ...
... During the day, one never has to wait longer than three minutes for a train.
... br> The main course was better - Jason had the Lamb and Amy had a Ceasar salad with HUGE slices of parmesan!
Jason met a nice Japanese couple and during dinner, they were remarking on the cool combo salt and pepper shaker (nothing extraordinary for us). The waiter ended up giving it to her and she actually cried she was so happy - who says Parisians are not friendly!!!
Amy's three daily French words were:
Merci- thank you