Ibis Paris Bercy Village 12eme
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... from the Eiffel Tower. Our Airbnb is also really wonderful once we get to the top of six flights of stairs. It's a little studio apartment just down the road from the Apple office, where J will be working part of the time we're here. Maybe I can find the Google office.
Once we were settled into the apartment, we decided to explore our area, and we only needed to walk five minutes to get to the Tour Eiffel. We jostled through the photo-snapping crowds and selfie stick street ...
... which was on another line. Only another 10 minute walk or so they said.
We ended up at a different Metro close to our apartment. We were lucky there were several Metro lines near us. The highlight of Daddy's day was yet another fresh food market we found on our way home.
The highlight of Jackson's day was a visit to the local fire station just opposite the market. We went in to say hi and a friendly Parisian fireman was happy to chat. ...
... pieces are so large that the artists must have used ladders or scaffolding to do them. And yet the colors and the details are stunning down to the tiniest figure. Some are of a single person while others contain 100 people or more on the single canvas. The dates are often from the 1600's to the late 1800's. And even over a short time, we began to recognize styles and patterns typical of an artist. Such a marked comparison to ...
... destination FrontierLand. We picked what we thought was a fairly low grade train roller coaster and the line was not too bad yet and got on in about 30 mins. The first ride photo attached is Jesse just as it was about to pull out of the station. Straight after that we turn a corner and shoot down a hole into the the dark into the noisiest echo you could imagine. Jesse was freaking out as his to pet hates are nosiy trains and the dark and he got both. Oli was loving it ...
... It was a cake donut and it was definitely better than Dunkin and sadly, better than Krispy Kreme. It was that good. The canal was beautiful and I just wanted to swim on such a hot day! Apparently a popular French film, Emilie(?) was filmed here and that's why it has become so popular. We walked to the Montmarte district next and it was a hike. I love Paris but standing up all day and walking miles is quite tiring. The district has many tourists and the hike to the Sacre Ceour(?). It ...