Ibis Styles Melun
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... Cezanne, Degas and Van Gogh to name a few.
Tomorrow we head out to Montmartre and the Sacre Couer basilica and the Pere Lachaise cemetery to see some famous tombs.
I can't believe that our holiday is almost at an end - it has been so much fun and I've seen so many mind blowing things. I will miss Europe although I am looking forward to patting the fur babies and sleeping in my own bed (oh yes and seeing everyone else too!!!). See you back in Brisbane ...
... have lived and worked in this bohemian area, especially in the early 1900's. Of course, the windmill of the Moulin Rouge is the symbol of the fun-loving and creative nature of Montmartre but there is so much more to this fascinating part of old Paris. I felt the urge to wear a beret and dance the can-can. And to paint, of course.
... it went for two solid hours non stop bloody fantastic Jude's would have danced on the table if she could ..unfortunately no photos were allowed ...unless you paid for them which only got photos of us ..not the show ...so we bought a program when we left.. To return to our hotel. At around midnight ( photos to come later) ..Tomorrow of the the Eiffel Tower and River Cruise ...
... though. I had almost decided to leave him to the stairs and take the
elevator, lucky I didn’t as the stairs required a key card to exit. Can you
imagine? Now on this slow incline, I am given strict orders to collect a towel,
underwear, a pair of shorts and soap and to deliver them to the last cubicle of
the boys bathroom. Of course I comply and I bundle up his order. I enter the
bathroom and holy f-ing jesus! I am hit with a pong above all pongs. ...
... It went for a good 4hours. After the walk we went back to the hostel for a nap before we caught the metro out to Montmartre District for another Sanderman's tour around the red light district. Of course the tour started at Moulin Rouge, the best place to start the red light district tour. On the tour we went a suburban vineyard, the last surviving windmill, Van Gogh's house and heard the story of the headless saint. We even went up to ...