Ibis Styles Parc des Expositions de Villepinte
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... big congregation. Outside to the right there was another queue - not moving - to climb the tower. As we had climbed in back in the 80's we decided no so instead went to another queue - this time for the toilets. It was an 'equal opportunity' queue, which the male among us was not used to, (queuing for a toilet ) as the lady at the end of the queue told you which cubicle to use. There is a male and female side but on busy days they ignore this. We returned to the boat ...
... position and handed it over to me!! :) We then rode over to the markets and we're let loose, after a little direction from Bill to buy our lunch. With lunch in tow we rode into the grounds of Versailles, they are massive (approx 2000 acres) The Chateau was originally built by Louis XIV. He actually found out one of his courtiers was stealing from him, and building a house far beyond his means. So Louis threw him in gaol for the rest of his life ...
Off to Ile de la Cite, where a couple of famous churches are. Mary promised no stairs today but has already failed miserably as there were lots of stairs at Cite metro station. The first church we visited was St Chapelle which is mostly stained glass, exquisitely beautiful and very old. The windows depict the entire bible in stained glass images, amazing. Some of it was being restored and even that process is amazing. ...
... but that was a bit too tart for my tastes. We arrived in Paris a bit before 5pm and walked to our new place. We are only about a kilometre from the station so it wasn't a long walk but it was quickly clear that Paris is very different from the other places we have been. There is an odd smell in the air and the streets are full of people. Lots of people just standing around talking, waiting. We passed lots of hairdressers and clothes shops. The street we are ...
... lock on the chain link of the bridge and throw the key in the water. The bridge was full of locks and it looks pretty cool from a distance and up close. Far away we thought it was just a shiny gold bridge. When we got up there we realized it was the lock bridge. Our feet were tired so we sat in a cafe, got some desserts and had a glass of wine. We headed back to the apartment and just chilled out for the ...
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