Ibis Paris Pantin Eglise
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... led us through spacious lawns and gardens, and being a gorgeous day, early Saturday afternoon, with that in the background, there were people picnicking all the way along, sipping champagne and eating cheese. It really would be the perfect place to have a picnic and spend the afternoon. Unfortunately we didn't have time for that (but maybe one day), as we marched towards the foot of the tower. A really unfortunate thing about Paris so far is that as soon as you get ...
... Paris. It goes underground and then pops up in the Bastille area. We then turned off towards Pere Lachaise Cemetery to go celebrity spotting. The cemetery goes up a hill, of course! While Oscar Wilde had a very nice spot up on the hill, Jim Morrison scored a fairly unprepossessing location squashed in behind a few older crypts. We suspect by the size of the grave, Jim had his legs bent or was doomed to stand for eternity. ...
... through the Tuillerie Gardens stopping for lunch in a shady eatery. The grand vistas spreading out before us provided a visual introduction to the iconic sites of the Champs Elysee leading up to the Arc de Triumph and the Eiffel Tower off to the left in the distance.
Our target for the afternoon was the Orangerie - a beautiful and most interesting collection of impressionist, post impressionist and early modern art that is not big enough to give you aesthetic overload on ...
... We enjoyed the city and all its shops and promise to have a more serious look on our way home.
Our flight to Paris was over night and we slept through most of it. (Murdoch with the help of some sleeping tablets) There is no doubt that A380 plane is marvellous and being up the pointy end was especially lovely when we could lay down and sleep. So now we are in Paris. The weather is overcast and it was raining earlier and we hope ...
... fruit salad and a lovely cake that Naomi made), we helped with some cleanup, and Daniel had offered to take us to the hotel since it was so late. Laurence accompanied him. We talked more about his work, and the neighborhoods in France, the GPS company from Israel that Google had just bought.
And then we tried to find the hotel. Since La Defense as we know it has this huge Esplanade for walking, we really ...