Ibis Paris Porte De Vanves Parc Des Expositions
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... locks named Pont Des Arts. There was such range of locks, from small metal ones to large heart shaped antique style. Some areas there were so many that they even started putting them on the lamp posts. I thought it as terribly romantic reading the inscription and Joel just kept pointing out what a waste of locks and money. He had a point but I still think its romantic.
As we continued walking along the river we walked past a lady who then stopped and tried to give me a ring ...
... get Victoria to come with me to Musee d'Orsay instead though. And just as well, as Victoria had a WOW moment there when she saw Degas little statue of the ballet dancer, complete with skirt and hair ribbon. She knows the story behind it, about the young girl who couldn't afford lessons but wanted so badly to dance, and the artist who kept the dancers in poses for long lengths of time to get his drawings. It ...
... We chowed down on some delicious dumplings and noodles, before making the slightly nervous walk (through a few undesirable areas) back to the hostel. We met our new room-mates for the night and asked whether or not they were snorers, luckily NO. So hopefully a good nights sleep for us.
Off to Belgium tomorrow, to the beautiful city of Brugge. This is where we start our Busabout tour again, and will be back on the bus at 8am.
Love from us both ...
... champagne is made. We then had a tasting before Sue dragged us back for one last shop. I fell asleep the minute we got back on the train, it has been another very long but very good day. Sue's pedometer had clocked us at 32,000 steps over the last 2 days. We have now decided to make more use of the metro on our last few days because the burning sensation in our feet will just not go away. Au Revoir ...
This morning we were slowed down by the rain. Not just a light rain, a downpour. Joe volunteered to run to the grocery store in search of rain ponchos and one more umbrella (which will bring us up to 2 umbrellas). The kids and I are back in the apartment listening to thunder and entertaining ourselves.
Today was supposed to start with the Louvre, continue at the Museum of the Middle Ages, and end at the Children's Art Museum. ...