Ibis Paris Bercy Village 12eme
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... a candle, gazing at the light through the stained glass or staring up at the massive organ that makes your fingers itch to play. Finishe with our tour of Notre-Dame and after purchasing a few small trinkets at the gift shop we head back out into the dreary rain. A walk around the small island and we cross over the bridge on the other side. Now in the southern part of the city and entering the Latin district we make our way through the narrow ...
... The lady then told us the man who was entertaining us was none other than the famous television and movie actor from the past 'Gerard Depardieu', which then explained why we now had the attention of most of the tables in the cafe.Gerard soon returned and continued his story about the South of France, and also continued to drink red wine.We ordered a small snack and politely listened to his stories (as did the surrounding tables), while we ...
... priest could read.
Then a photo stop at the Eiffel Tower which will tonight be bathed in rose coloured light for breast cancer awareness.
Then a drive around the city including driving past the building where Napoleon Bonaparte is buried. Once a year his descendants come and celebrate mass I this chapel. Queen Victoria had to give permission for his body to be buried in Paris as he had been in excise when he died. we were then ...
... lovely food and wines and we celebrated with a special dinner out, returning past the Eiffel tower to watch the light show at midnight. We explored the fabulous foodie shops around Place de la Madeleine in the 8th Arr. Fouchon and Hediard are a "must see". My cooking course at L'Atelier des Sens (in French) focussed on patisserie making and I learnt a lot of tricks of the trade. Although I had done my homework and translated all ...
... to rehearse and have lunch.
The rest of the band (in the main) have only just flown in that morning. So they are tired and a bit smelly! I know how they feel - really all you want to do when you get off a flight is have a shower - not have a rehearsal! Everyone did really well.
We then went to the musee de la musique. It is an amazing museum that chronicles the history of musical instruments ... Right down our alley. There were some astonishing instruments and ...