Ibis Paris Bercy Village 12eme
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... the Basilica was warm and we could defrost. We wandered around and were in awe of the huge painting on the ceiling and sheer grand nature of the place. After warming up we went back outside to wait for the sun to rise. After waiting a good half our in the freezing temps I realised we didn't have to be here so early. We kept making visits inside the church to defrost and then back out to watch the sun rise over the rooftops of Paris. We ...
... in 1963!). Another of my favourites is the 12th century love story of Abelard and Heloise whose ashes were transferred here so that they could lay to rest together for eternity. Their gothic tomb reflects eternal love, and a love that survived the separation of the theologian and scholar to his gifted student 22 years his junior, Heloise, who secretly married when she fell pregnant, and even though they were forced apart by her uncle who was the Canon of Notre Dame, ...
... This is the longest bus ride so far. We just finished watching the divinci code and now Tricia is playing cards with other travellers. She's becoming a card shark. Tonight we have a Paris city bus tour planned and dinner out. Tomorrow we do a bike tour, free time and a Cabaret show. As soon as we hit the French border Mademoiselle Tricia came out and is practicing her French. I think these next two days could be the best ...
... to the Palais du Luxembourg. They are a mix of formal gardens with flower beds and grass and large plantings of trees with paths in them. Also passed the University of Paris and a strange building that was quite different to others as it was all made of brick in quite intricate patterns. Back to hotel tocheck in and a much needed freshen up and sort out of stuff. Then set off to have some lunch and find a closer station for tomorrow morning. ...
... was the perfect final dinner in Paris meal. Very delicious and the portion was too big to finish. Everyone loved their meals and we were so lucky Bryan tried to open the door. After dinner we dropped them off again at the hotel and made our way back to our apartment. We were careful to not take the colorful M4 line and found a much nicer route with far less busy trains. Tomorrow would be our final waking up in Paris and we had plans to meet Bryan's family for breakfast. Can't wait to finally try a ...