Ibis Aulnay Sous Bois
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Woke up early but no noise! Laid awake until the bin men came then got up. It was 6 o'clock! Shower and hair-wash and down to our local cafe for tea and coffee. People kept arriving so by the time we left I was bouncing ! We checked out and took the metro to the cemetery where we saw Jim Morrisons grave, Edith Piaf family grave, Oscar Wilde ...
... plaques, telling the story of how Monet and other artists gathered here. We visited a local church learning of its historical significance during WWII and viewed the tomb where Monet was buried. Finally we fashioned our own countryside hike making it back to the shuttle in time for a return to Paris. We looked forward to dinner reservations with Howard and Joanne at our first slightly upscale ...
... burger kinda near the opera district again. Our day continued to sacre coeur and I've found another wonderful district I love in Paris and just up the road from the opera district. A great area to get some hill climbing in but we took the bus up and walked down. On the way we saw moulin rouge. God I'd love to see a show but at 93€ a ticket sadly it's not my time. The area is pretty scary just below sacre coeur and we waited for a bus for about 20 ...
... his apartment downstairs to his study – you couldn’t view it but you could see where the door was in the wall of his apartment, which was cool. Apparently his desk also had a secret compartment where he could hide papers and stuff he didn’t want seen at a moment’s notice.
Josephine’s bedroom is all red / maroon and although you can’t really see it in the photos everything has a J on it – the bed, pillows, chairs, sofas! ...
... from Genesis at the bottom and read up to the top and in a reverse "S" motion. Simply amazing.
Then it was on to Notre Dame. We were lucky again, no lineups and a church service going on at the time of our visit. Construction started in the 1163 making the start of 170 years of toil by armies of Gothic architects and medieval craftsmen. This cathedral is a Gothic masterpiece, standing on the site of a Roman temple. At the time this was ...