Ibis Styles Fontenay
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... s ridiculous. I've never seen such small children eat so much pasta.
It was literally beautiful out today, so I went back into town and had a coffee. I wanted to go walk today, but only went were I knew. I didn't want to get lost again.
When the kids got home from school, Rapha and I did some English work and then it was homework time. It was just me and the kids for dinner tonight. Beatrice came home ...
... No Way!! We had our plan and know which were the popular rides to run to. We were the first ones in line and the first in park. We were actually given 4 free Disney balloons by the ticket staff as a reward for our efforts. It was amazing feeling that we had no one ahead of us. It was an amazing site seeing Team Taylor tearing down Main Street with no one before them. Very VIP!! As we ran in ...
... next, another beautiful church, but it didn't open for the afternoon "show" until 2:15 so I at lunch across the street. I had a ham and chesse omellette with a salad and it didn't disappoint. As I snarfed down my food, I saw a huge line forming for Saint Chapelle. It was really long by the time 2:15 rolled around and I was finished eating. And since my Paris Pass also doesn't help me cut the line here, I just decided to skip this. I've seen ...
... terrorist attack on a local news paper. Seeing the Tower for the first time was breathe taking, it's only ever something you see in movies or pictures and it was right in front of me. I couldn't believe how big it was, i guess pictures make it seem smaller than it actually is, because it was ENORMOUS. The second tallest tower in the world. We of course took millions of selfies and pictures in front of it, and met an elderly couple ...
... beauty of Mon Matre perched on the hill in yet another direction. Worth the climb.
Next up was a shortish walk to the Eiffel Tower, which I viewed from across the Seine - not an angle I can remember seeing the icon of Paris from before. The crowds under the tower were huge so I pressed on directly to the original Statute of Liberty, a few bridges down the river. I headed down under the bridge to the small platform on which ...