Ibis Paris Pantin Eglise
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... for a ceremony prior to being finished so it was draped in painted canvas. In real life the Arc de Triomphe is very impressive and very large. When next in Paris I made a vow to climb it (not sure I heard that from Mumsy). We were surprised that the Eiffel Tower does not really dominate the City skyline until you are up close to it. I'm with Kim. It is the wrong colour. But don't despair it is about to be repainted , which they do every seven years with 60 ...
... Spent a lot of time in there and covered every square inch.
I rested my feet for a while and ate a panini, then headed to the Opera area via metro and took in a 1 hour movie called the Paris Story. It is a information film about the history of Paris and the sights. It was good but I nodded off as I was tired from being woken up last night by some crazy screaming French people. Even with ear plugs, it was ...
... into being French, she had graduated from Sorbonne-University of Paris, partnered with a Frenchman and had several properties she rented in Paris. Our apartment was on the fifth floor in a very old building, adequate in size but small, had a modern kitchen and bathroom, had a view of a small central courtyard and was very, very quite. It would serve our minimalist purposes very well.
Avoiding an afternoon nap ...
... the Jewish quarter, and then checked out the Pantheon since it’s only a few blocks from out hotel. They are spending $100 million Euro over the next 10 years to restore the building. (Not be confused with the Pantheon in Rome . . . this one was originally built as a church but now functions as a secular mausoleum housing the remains of distinguished French citizens.)
During the course of our walks Hilary cornered the market on postcards, and is ...
... his court out here from the crowded centre of Paris. He had created over time a beautiful Palace set like a jewel in immaculately groomed gardens and tamed woodlands.
I strolled around, not venturing too far from the palace itself, and just before 3pm joined the long snaking queue to get inside the palace. It started out like walking into a museum, but gradually as you passed through some of the formal rooms it felt like ...