Ibis Paris Meudon Velizy
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I can't say much now because I'm about to board the plane. I'm definitely looking forward to getting home. Vacations always poop me out. But they also make me appreciate my staple ground every time I return. I can't wait to get back to my mom, Tara, and my dog; happy. I miss them so ...
After the alarm shocking me into existence at 4.15am (with not the best sleep behind me), I battled the underground and Heathrow to finally get on the plane to Paris.
If ever I have felt out of my comfort zone, this would be it. Having just about 3 or 4 French words in my vocabulary make for a very unusual experience. I will address that after I talk about today's attractions...
Fortunately I arrived at the hotel just ...
... there. Ha ha. We staggered out again my 5:30 pm. Brains agog with culture and art. The Egyptian antiquities were phenomenal! Saw mummies and everything. Grabbed a quick bite of lunch and then off to see objects du art, which we found out meant a caste assortment of things. Neapolitan's suite of rooms were staggering in their ostentatiousness and bling bling. Really tacky but got the point of power and wealth across no problem. We walked another 19000 steps today. Buns of steel here ...
... the European metro isn't quite the same as Sydney's train system... Being a small station there was nowhere to buy tickets! Thankfully our new Aussie friends had bought their tickets in bulk and had 2 spare tickets which they gave us to get home. We stayed as a group and made our way back to the Eiffel Tower together where we said our goodbyes and made our own way back to our hotel... Finding our way back from the other side of the Eiffel Tower was another adventure in ...
Finally got to sleep in, then onto the the bus after breakfast to check out Chateau De Versailles. After 1 1/2 hours waiting in line, we walked around the Chateau amazed by the detail, history and age of the buildings. Claire and Chloe enjoyed a Nutella crepe, while Jayde and Lauren checked out the gardens. Then back onto the bus to head to Champs Elysée were We had lunch straight ...