Ibis Paris Gare de Lyon Ledru Rollin 12eme
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... what a mass of people trying to see it. She became famous in 1911 why she was stolen by a man who was changing her frame. He thought that it had been pillaged by Napoléon and wanted to return her to Italy. She was missing for two years but the write ups in the paper when she was stolen and then again when recovered made her famous. Now millions of people come to see her every year.
We also saw many the famous paintings and ...
... Schools close at midday Friday but are open on Saturday morning. I was picked up at the hotel at 11:30 with another couple from Bayview who are on my flight but they are travelling first class and I am down the back. However I did manage to get aisle seats on both legs of the flight so I am happy. As soon as I got on the plane in Paris, I realised that my house key is locked inside my suitcase (I'm usually more organised than that!) so I will ...
... Po) where I will be studying in the fall. We learned they don't have housing and we'll be going on the apartment hunt all over again!
Met up with Vahan Srpazan (the new primate of the Diocese of France).
Had the best steak I've ever had at a small place called L'Atelier (not by Joel Robouchon) a few blocks away from Avenue Marceau across the street from Akram.
Got pooped ...
... is delayed by 20 minutes. This moves to 30 minutes. The flight boards and all we can do is hope for the best. We talk with a few different flight attendants and learn we will land, need to wait for a bus to the terminal and then either run or take another bus - even with a CDG map nobody is 100%?clear. We land and the first bus slowly winds its way for 10+ minutes and finally arrives. We are told no you can't run ...
... back to the hotel while I kicked on to the Louvre as it stays open later on a Friday. Mona first then 2 hours later stopped for tres cher tea and Cortisane. I managed another 2 hours before I caught the train home. I certainly was glad to have done the Louvre but I certainly prefer Musee D'Orsay. Dinner was at a very busy and very nice burger bistro. We timed it well as they were queuing after us. All the cafés have been completely full every night in the streets around our ...