Ibis Paris Bercy Village 12eme
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... than most fast-food outlets, it was delicious and filling, and we seriously considered the option of going back there again for the following night's dinner too! The next day after our big day around Paris we decided to go an find some local markets where we could sample some of the local produce. Along the way we noticed that there was ************e else out and about. 'Where they had all gone?', we asked ourselves. We walked from our accommodation to the Bastille which ...
... Vermeer’s "Lacemaker" was a tiny masterpiece in a sea of treasures – a room full of Rembrandt’s remarkable works including four of his self portraits. The last wing we visited was the Richelieu which houses paintings and sculpture from the 19th century and Renaissance as well as the Rococo and Neo Classical periods. After 7 wonderful hours including a short break for lunch we decided it was time to ...
... fast trains - double decker and no visible room for luggage. We were on the lower deck. Luckily the train was not full so the suitcases had a window seat! Our suitcase was not the only one with a view. Also we were lucky to be on the lower deck as getting the luggage up the stairs would have been fun - not!!
Postscript: Upstairs was full as 2 people came down for a seat they had ...
... the coming of the Holy Spirit onto the twelve apostles and other Christians, 50 days after Christ died on the cross in the first century AD.
We decided to eat a quick and simple lunch, and ended up at the Cafe Aero, where we'd eaten a few days ago. As we were paying the bill, the weather started looking more ominous, but no rain. So we walked to the end of rue de Passy and the Jardin du Ranelagh, a triangular-shaped park with play-grounds, pony ...
... kicked in on my left knee, which has progressively gotten worse...we stopped at a pharmacy and bought an Ace bandage, which I'm hoping will enable me to walk pain free tomorrow.
We wanted to stop off for a pizza at a neighborhood place but they weren't open. We can't read French menus and didn't feel adventurous so we ended up having another dinner of cheese, baguettes, and wine. And Jeanne's dessert of the day, which was FABULOUS! All in all a great ...