Ibis Orly Aeroport
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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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... to our room, we are tired. The hotel is called the Pullman Montparnasse just over the road from Vercingetorix ( Asterix the Gaul fans ) We are about a mile from the Eiffel Tower, as this is a Sunday there is not much open. We did get held up on the coach coming here. There was about five hundred roller skaters blocking the road, apparently they do it every Sunday with a roller skating event. Tomorrow is due to be about ...
... France. I bought a bit of yarn and then went back to Lil Weasel, the store I had seen on Wednesday. Lil Weasel also had some French yarn so, of course, I had to buy a little more. As far as I know there is only one more yarn shop in Paris - I really should try to get there. (I will be writing a detailed review of Paris's yarn shops. Let me know if you'd like to read it).
When I got back to the apartment, Steve was ready to do something. We ...
... galleries were a strange shopping centre....it is kind of like an enormous Myer or David Jones! There are three levels of womens clothing which are nice to look at but certainly to exoensive to even consider trying on. At the top of the galleries there is a wonderful view of Paris, you can see as far as the eiffel tower and across the city scape, one again it was a pity about the weather (a bit misty). After ...
... but the dealer wanted 150 euros for it, this was politely declined. Greg did buy a lovely watch for 27 euros a new old stock watch, after much negotiation and walking away twice.
It's as interesting to see how many guns were on sale, ranging from flintlock pistols and revolvers to a fabulous (Greg's words) air pistol still in its original box. Greg also admired a WWI army rifles and revolvers, ...
... in our neighborhood!). We stayed until 9:00 and watched it light the sky; very romantic. Then we found a delicious little Parisian café to relax and have dinner. Everything is tastier and classier in this wonderful city (except for the expensive mineral water – we won’t miss that when we’re back home). We walked back to our apartment, passing through famous Rue Cler where we had ice cream and macaroons. Overall, it was a perfect day! Paris is ...