Ibis Villepinte Parc Expos
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... managed to keep me awake about 10 minutes, my need for sleep beat their efforts to keep me awake. Waking for good was a bit "iffy" as I could not use my phone, but sometime around 0800 I woke, started to dress to "sneak" off to church, when I blew up my hairdryer/iron combo product, leaving us with neither an iron or a dryer! Another big OOPS! Took off to church traveling wee tiny curvy "streets" perhaps alley's is abetter description, but I made it to the most ...
... Well, not so in Paris. People were sprawled out lying on the roads, walkways, bridges, you name it! After stumbling over what could very well have been dead bodies, I am not sure due to it being pitch black, we made our way half way down Main Street. We found a decent spot and waited for the show to begin in 15 minutes. As soon as the show started, all the stores on Main Street closed down....lights out, doors shut and locked. It was like a scene from a western when the bad ...
... new how to make a statement! The self-guided tour took us to all the famous parts except the lake underneath - is it really there? We saw Box Number 5 which was the box that the Phantom used but we didn't see him!
After that we wandered home for a quiet evening, ready for another early start tomorrow.
TD has obviously been enjoying the local life of the Opera district and has stayed pretty close to ...
... to speak French and at this point that's not the best idea. I figured out why Americans are so fat. The proportions of the European mcdonalds do not compare to the American ones and I can't understand why the mcdonalds here are so fancy and high tech...it's just a mcdonalds. There is even a connecting building for a "McCafe" which has pastries and coffee and fancy stuff. Anyway, I was really excited to actually get a sprite and to my disappointment the sprite does not taste ...
... yummy sandwiches in our bellies, we made the trek up the last couple of stairs. At the top, we found this great art show where local artists had set up shop and were painting! I bought a small colorful watercolor and ink of the Eiffel Tower from a very kind old woman. Then we headed around to the front of the church where we got a sweeping view of the city beneath us. It was utterly breath taking. My other favorite place was the old royal chapel of Saint Chapelle. It ...