Ibis Paris Porte de Versailles Mairie d'Issy
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... the supermarché and boulangerie. On the way we briefly trail a young mother with her incredibly cute twin three-year-olds, toddling along hand in hand in their matching red gumboots. Back at our apartment we feast on a breakfast of croissants au beurre (croissants, but with *more* butter!)' baguette, figs, clementines, and (greedy!) a sumptuous chocolate éclair. And then it's one last foray into Central Paris. As the weather is reasonable, we head first for the ...
... to go up in the elevator and people in queues to buy their tickets to then join the other queues. Not for me.
The first part of the tour covers the history of the Eiffel Tower and that this was used as a radio station during the war. The next section was all about the elevators and how they worked. We then walked past all the people in the queues to get to the elevators. I did for a moment feel guilty about this but only for a moment.
We then ascend the ...
... in your eyes spoils the atmosphere of the cathedral. Inside is stunning and the boys lit a candle for Joan de Arche quite fitting I thought as we are travelling and need a safe guardian on our trip. back in our flat and Manfred is making pork salami, goats cheese and tomato baguettes for our picnic with Louisa Moy. mnafred just commented how cheap cheese here is 1.55euros for 250 grams of Camembert around $2.00 we are going to live on cheese I feel. Off ...
... shady gang. Scott and Cheryl were great mates with them so the €20 bottles were had for €6.
A great night was had by all, Scott and Cheryl left about 10pm to go to the Crazy Horse show and we staggered home. When I say we, I mean Jane supported me while I staggered severely. Must have been that Punjabi wine!
A quick weather report: Fine and sunny, mornings and evenings a little cool, 12 to 22 degrees.
... of the Eiffel Tower. It has been such a hot humid day & this evening was no better. I had to have a beer to cool down!! We walked to the Eiffel & sat on the grass with an ice cream. I have never seen so many people there at this time of night before . Long queues to climb the tower even at 11pm. We have loved being back in Paris. It's a place that calls us back. Au ...