Ibis Styles Paris Gare De L'Est Chateau Landon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... unfolded in front of me. A car was about to drive through the crossing and she jumped off her bike on the crossing and started yelling at the driver in English, telling him to show some respect for riders and pedestrians and that she was going to report him. She eventually walked off the crossing and was still shaking her fist at the driver, who was now yelling back at her and our poor tour guide by this stage had ridden back from where she had been in the lead ...
... on the corner of the very busy Place Denfert-Rochereau. The food was terrific…Cathy had a Croque Madame (Open-faced sandwich) and frites, and I had a most unusual, and tasty, Cesar salad with grilled chicken.
While there, we hatched the plan to follow a GPS guided tour, which I'd downloaded on our smartphone, of the Left Bank and the Latin Quarter. With purpose renewed and aimless wandering banished, we hopped the ...
... apartment. He said something that cracked Connie right up...it was something like I have you honey so its worth giving you free reign on my check book. Too funny.
After that we were off to the Notre-Dame Cathedral. The construction of this amazing architecture started in 1163 and went until 1345, that's right, almost 200 years. It's just too incredible to describe, so I've added a bunch of pics to do it for me. The line up to get in was immense, ...
... and cycle around the city. We went up the Champs Élysées, managing to avoid getting hit by cabs, buses and vespas along the way. After taking some photos in front of the Arc of Triumph, we headed back down the Champs to do some shopping. I got a rain jacket from Zara to put somewhat of an end to the soaking I was receiving from the Parisian ...
We arrived by train from Bruges around noon on May 3 (Day 129) and immediately checked into our charming studio apartment in Montmartre that we rented off of Air B&B. I stepped out on our balcony to admire our top-floor views of Sacre Coeur when a gigantic fat cat barged into our studio. (This would not be the last time he helped himself into the apartment.) He definitely wanted to stay, but we wanted to explore the city, so we had to put him ...