Ibis Styles Paris Saint Denis Plaine
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... Spent a lot of time in there and covered every square inch.
I rested my feet for a while and ate a panini, then headed to the Opera area via metro and took in a 1 hour movie called the Paris Story. It is a information film about the history of Paris and the sights. It was good but I nodded off as I was tired from being woken up last night by some crazy screaming French people. Even with ear plugs, it was ...
... to the Arc and the changing of the flowers and daily salute to the soldiers, which was at 6:30 pm every day, was still going on. Interesting!! We then hiked up 285 stairs (seemed like more, but that is what RS said!) The view is tremendous -- of Paris, the city, and the roadway around the Arc -- crazy traffic -- glad we did not have to drive here!! It was a tad past rush hour, although, I think there is always traffic here, but it ...
... little boxes. An espresso finished us all off!!! A walk was called for. Georgie had bought a spare pair of shoes so she could in fact actually walk! And off to Bon Marche we went, we needed a stroll after that lunch I can assure you. Always fabulous to wander around Bon Marche food hall which has had a major renovation of late! Every sort of food you can imagine. We said goodbye to the boys and hopped on the metro home. No nothing for dinner that night!! Steph ...
Time for a change of format. No more narratives. Time for a list of all of the awesome things we were able to do in Paris, aka our Paris Wish List.*
*Disclaimer: many of these wishes were Emily's, except for the dancing. Mark loves dance.
- Finding an actual parking space 1 block away from our apartment so we didn't have to lug our suitcases on the Metro
- Returning our rental car by driving through ...
This morning is was a 3 minute stroll from the Pullman to The International train station of St. Pancras for the 2 hour trip to Paris. What a sight to see passengers all loaded up for the journey to France. Very comfortable seating but was a little difficult loading all your luggage with no help from train staff. A nice breakfast was served - fruit juice, croissant, muesli yoghuart, bun, jam and coffee. It was only 30 minutes until we dissapeared into the tunnel ...