Ibis Orly Chevilly Tram 7
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... stopped at a hole-in-the-wall crÍperie for a snack. Now, when I say this place was small, think just wide enough for a cooktop and the guy turning the crÍpes. THAT'S IT. It was small, but the crÍpes were good.
We wandered enough that eventually we happened upon the Moulin Rouge, now an entertainment hall for mostly tour groups, capitalizing on a popularity that skyrocketed as a result of the movie. It looks ...
... base it flipped with a long steel spatula with the grated cheese, egg broken and spread and choriz (fancy continental spicy sausage slices) added on to a quarter of it with the remainder of the crepe folded over onto the filling and then toasted on both sides. It was a taste sensation. I followed this up with a mini Breton caramel pastry. What a hunter! A not so quick touching base at the apartment to order our Paris Pass and to rest our legs sees us ready to seek the Seine. A ...
The day started at Notre Dame. Joe and I climbed the towers to visit the gargoyles. We've been riding the metro and RER to save tired feet whenever possible. We then spent a little time in the D'Orsay Museum. Mom visited the Dutch masters. After ...
... the torch that the Americans gave the French to celebrate the 100 years of their independence. This torch happens to be just above the entrance of the tunnel which tragically took Diana so now it has become a shrine to her. We then took the train to la Fayette galleria which we saw the dome and finally after 12 hours and 34810 (steps)27.6km) we collapsed in our room. Getting ready for bed & preparing for our early start to London tomorrow on ...
... the river. Queued for Notre Dame. Long line but moved quickly! Beautiful inside. Nearly 900 years old! Rain break, then walked around the end of the island near Pont Neuf. Lots of love locks on the bridges. Saw outside of Louvre then meandered back home. Looked in St Eustache with enormous pipe organ on the way. Picked up some macaroons on the ...