Ibis Saint-Denis Stade Ouest
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... 6 butchers working inside the shop it was so busy. But apparently this butcher (if you're a local) you can go and choose a chicken in the morning and he'll roast it up for you to collect at lunchtime for no extra charge!! Well, you can't have a meal without dessert, so of course it was time to stop at another biulongerie to get some desserts. And another tasting of little chorus pastry bites (no, that's not the French name, but it's what they were!). ...
... Seine to the Eiffel Tower, (see pics) stopped at a grocery store, bought a picnic and sat in the park just by the tower and Champ de Mars, ate and looked at the scenery. Yummy! People from all around the world milled around, took their pics, chatted and did their thing. We were given half a bottle of lovely white wine to go with our sandwiches by a British group who had bought more wine than they could drink! We wound our way back on the metro, did some ...
... about 25 minutes and after 10 minutes I felt like I was in the Paris I expected.
When I got to the apartment the host wasn't there and a neighbor who didn't speak English let me in and gave me the key. After resting for 30 minutes and settling in, I ventured out for a stroll and some dinner. So I've already seen some of the iconic sights like the Louvre and the Opera Guanier and ...
... on) but we saw the main parts around the Palace and saw all the fountains. Disappointingly, there were no flowers planted - summer ones not in the ground yet!
We were supposed to do a Palace tour as well, but it was after 5pm by this time and we'd had enough, so we caught the train back home.
Day Three and we walked for miles! Did the Luxembourg Gardens, along the River Seine and then found ...
... we sat in a lounge and had a champagne. But of course!! Once in Paris, we visited the Musee d'Orsay and then met Arthur Chevreul and Hugo Torres for dinner. Hugo is an English teacher for Berlitz and at a high school. His English is perfect with no accent. Arthur is moving to Brussels and starts a new job with Total on Monday. Both want to visit New Orleans and Amanda again - especially for Mardi Gras. In our last day in Paris, we went to the Arc ...