Ibis Styles Melun
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... can later be filled with the largest of windows, so that the church is all light and no walls. But windows need light and the clouds were still low and the sun was setting, but we were almost there. We saw the windows in the dullest of dusk, and think that maybe Sainte Chapelle should invest in some flood lamps rather than rely on natural forces to put on the show.
Back to Notre Dame and the dome that has no ...
... salad. Light and delicious with yellow and red beetroot. Jeff had celariac remoulade with oysters, also delicious he said. Main was fish with bok choi and Quinoa quite unusual in Paris while Jeff had delicious slow cooked beef cheeks. Deconstructed Apple crumble, not sure why restaurants are doing this. Pile of crumble on the bottom, a half a poached Apple on top and ricotta cream on top of that. Much prefer the traditional version. We realised ...
... keep people moving.) Pasta and chicken ... Delicious. And a nice view into a gallery. Saw magnificent paintings, marble statues. Heard amazing histories. Really enjoyed it. Then, I did want to see the marble horse statues .... 'Horses of Marly... G. Coustou'. Looked for these last time. Not really a good idea to be looking for something. I went down, up, sideways.... And then did it all again. Saw wonderful things on my journey... And stopped to listen ...
... painted each one to resemble his surroundings at his home in Giverny at different times of the day. So, one room is dawn to noon and the other is noon until dusk - very cool! The other awesome feature of the paintings was that they are housed in a room with natural light filtering in through the ceiling. So, when the light outside shifts it gives a whole new look to the paintings. There have been a few cultural moments in my life that have made me tear up ...
... in Paris as a local getting around this massive city. We went to The Louvre, Pathenon as well as hidden places such as the Roman ruin and other little secrets within Paris. This was a fantastic tour enjoyed by all ages and would highly recommend. Just one thing is you do not get a 36 degree day like we had. After the tour we enjoyed a pleasant lunch at a brassierie before heading off to join our skip the line tour for the Eifel ...