Ibis Paris Pantin Eglise
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... was to be delayed- at first only about 30 minutes, a bit over 2 hours later we were off, little did we know that those 2 hours were going to be important on the other end. We had started out with 4 hours in Madrid before our train to Barcelona. Flight was good, a bit squashed, otherwise, good flight. Smooth landing and thru customs to our bags, wee delay there, off to the train station in the airport. Time was marching on and I realized we had less and less time. At every ...
... the horror when they don't offer any standard Disney style treats. They don't even sell Mickey bars, ice cream sandwiches, Mickey pretzels, etc. We ended up sharing a waffle, which was ok, but definitely not a funnel cake. We would find some better choices for lunch at Earl of Sandwich...it better not disappoint or I will lose it! By now, it is almost noon, and we have only ridden Thunder Mountain twice and It's A Small World, which is a great version of the ride. Wait time to ...
Today started well with the usual breakfast. I have attached a picture of the breakfast room. It seems to be part of French decorating to have a lot of things on the walls and tables. Definitely not minimalist. Caught the train to Vernon and then Bus to Giverny. The home of Claude Monet with his amasing garden. I have been wanting to come here since my 20s and it definitely didn't disappoint. It ...
... from ancient Rome.
We saw lots of other old paintings too.
We saw ancient Egyptian objects like masks, coffins, tombs, tools, furniture, weapons, statues and clothing. We also saw a real Egyptian mummy. They had special jars called Canopic Jars which has the liver, stomach, lungs and intestines in them.
It was too big to see in one day.
... Kuhl felt quite at home when he stayed in Montmartre a few years ago, close to his old school's namesake - 'Sacred Heart College'. From there we could see the Eiffel tower, which we then made our way across to. More metros to the Assemblee Nationale and then a walk along the Seine to the tower. We arrived at the tower at around 5pm, waited an hour in the queue for tickets and then up in the lift to the 2nd level and then up again to the top level- 380 metres above ...