Ibis Paris Ornano Montmartre North 18th
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... as the tried and tested, we discovered several new areas and places we hadn’t been to and in some cases even heard of before. Not far from our houseboat was the Jardins des Plantes (Paris has so many parks and gardens and green spaces), which were a pleasure to walk through. Also nearby, the passage of sculptures along the Seine, a great people watching spot, and just across the river, the Viaduct des Artes with lots of shops, topped by the leafy Promenade Plantee, where ...
... like LA, so the view was limited. A visit to Notre Dame Cathedral proved interesting due to the history. It took 60 years to build and is very imposing. Went inside! And saw the beautiful stained glass. Like many of these ancient buildings it is full of old artifacts and is very dark inside, but the construction with its flying buttresses is amazing. Then a drive to Montmartre which is a village on the highest point in paris. It means martyr which ...
... it was time to sleep. C'est la vie!!! When we got to this beautiful hotel, max was so excited to see that they have a giant picture frame filled with ice shavings AND that he can write all over it! Soooo fun! A quick nap and we are off to explore ...
... her head at all this, but seems okay with letting me through.
She tells me she also lives on the fifth floor but visits the apartment only now and then. Our neighbor?! Usually I've been taking the steps to get up. But to prove I'm not going to rob someones house i feel the need to ride the elevator with her and have this genteel French Madame watch me knock on my door and be welcomed by my family.
So I ride the elevator with her.
Ride the ...
... is magnificent.
We walked back to Rue du Chemin Vert and caught the 69 bus which goes through the center of Paris and terminates at the Champ de Maris. It is one of the best ways to see the sights of Paris and using one of our carnet of 10 Metro+ tickets it cost only 1.33Euros apiece.