Ibis Paris Gare Du Nord
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... great us and then we waited 15 mins or so for her cousin Iris (eee-ris) to arrive. She had recently flown in from the States.
By the time we got to the Palace the line was seriously long and it was still raining. But wait patiently we must and eventually we were in. The palace is huge, opulant, excessive, glorious and a total show of wealth, power and pomp. In the competition for King glory, Louis XIV won hands done. Sorry Henry and Charles (s).
The various ...
... under the roundabout to visit the museum inside of the arch, but after standing in line for about 10 minutes we changed our minds, and decided we would rather use that money to pass for our access to the top of the Eiffel Tower later during out trip.
Most of the stores that we recognized were designer store fronts that we didn't even bother to go into, but when we passed an H&M, I knew that was my chance to buy some affordable Paris fashion. I had pretty good luck, ...
... a bus ride over to Bon Marche to show them the food hall, we all left a little poorer, but I was able to get the seafood. We parted ways with Simon and Liv and caught the bus home with Issy, she and I then got into the kitchen, she is a great and keen little cook, she stirred the sauce and helped with creme anglais. I can't wait for her to really know what to do. Simon and Liv came for ...
... cafe. Two guys who were finishing up at the table close by wanted to know what the french president looked like and the waiter replied 'yes, that was the man here before'. So we missed the french president by about an hour. Two aussies in hiking gear may not have been able to secure a table if he had of still been there. The Effiel tower is quite pretty. The view across the river and the water cannon fountains are also pretty impressive. All in all we probably spent about ...
... to get out to the park (3 separate train lines), and a short walk before we spotted the top of the lake, and a few people in row boats. That was easy! I had visions of having to walk the whole way around the lake to find where the boats left from, as I had been unable to find any information on where they actually left from – only that it was at the lake somewhere.
Got our row boat and headed off to find a nice spot. Sam spied a good spot on the ...