Ibis Villepinte Parc Expos
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Paris airport. In the morning, in the rain, four hours sleep. Half awake I make my way off the plane through the airport, onto a train to take me to 'E' area. The signs are good and then run out all letters but E. There is a sleepy assistant, I know how she feels, who points the way. Off the train at area E and through security again then out into the duty free area. Shoppers heaven at a price. All high end ...
... the chocolate museum. Not that great but Aidan liked the moustache chocolate cups on display and we did get some free samples. Sitting in apartment waiting to head out for dinner now. We checked out a few local shops here but I think Aidan caught my head cold. So eat and relax is the order of the day. Tomorrow is for shopping and then heading home Sunday. Got to say, really enjoyed my time in Paris and enjoyed seeing it with my beautiful daughter. Love you all. Talk ...
... pictures if anyone wants a slideshow later. :) We are returning to the Louvre on another day, but I thought we covered some serious ground today. Back near our apartment, we decided to try a new bakery called Liberte. We picked out three pasteries - vanilla flan, chocolate cake, and a chocolate loaf. We are not headed out to see the fireworks tonight as they don't start until 11pm and we are off to Disneyland in the ...
... as we were late arriving due to Paris traffic and (surprise!!!) one bus getting lost again. The crowd certainly seemed to enjoy the music, some even getting up and dancing to Gangnam Style.
This morning as we made our way outside for the first time, there were complaints about the chill in the air, but by the time we were at Notre Dame, it was very hot - sunshine with a real sting in it.
From the park, it was another battle with Paris traffic ...
... walked. The Seine is pathed both sides and I walked some on the top and some on the bottom. Found the homeless in the tunnels, was barked out by a dog guarding an apartment a couple of stories up as I walked along. The old buildings are beautiful and thanks to Matthew Reilly I've developed a love of Obelisks!
Wandered into a modern museum with an American Indian exhibition that started today. No long queues and the stuff they had from everywhere but Europe was ...