Ibis Cergy Pontoise Le Port
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... Once Michael arrived, we hung out for a little bit, went on a trek to find dinner. It was Friday (during Lent) so I was looking for fish so we stopped at this little cafe. I forgot what the other two ate, but I had fish with this glorious green herb sauce and fluffy chocolate mousse.
After dinner we went to go find the salsa club to dance the night away. The club happened to be near the Moulin Rouge. We had a good time but headed back ...
After a quiet morning at school (Laurie's teacher off sick) we walked around the cemetery to try a different direction and found the graves of Jean Paul Sartre and Simone De Beauvoir and paid our respects.While searching unsuccessfully in the Jewish section for Alfred Dreyfus we came across many stones with dedications like the one in ...
... working our way through the pastries. Unfortunately, we have to have a baquette with fromache and jambon most days.
Our first day, we were on the Hop On Hop Off open topped bus (a requirement in every city). Great way to look around, followed by a Seine River Cruise. Another day we wandered over one of Paris' many beautiful bridges and down a small lane and found a crepe cafe, what luck .... mmmmm. We swished our ...
... before the tower is a tourist market, where you can buy pretty much anything that has ever been produced in this world - but in the shape of the Eiffel Tower. There were Eiffel Tower shaped key rings, Eiffel Tower shaped olive oil, Eiffel Tower shaped fridge magnets, Eiffel Tower shaped fruit chutney, t-shirts with the shape of the Eiffel Tower on them, Eiffel Tower shaped perfume and so on. I didn't order a crepe, but I can fairly safely assume that they would have someone ...
... was worth the price of a ticket into the palace.
It would have been a real anticlimax walking from there into other rooms, but the King's and Queen's bedrooms came next and even though they were small there was an element of light and luxury to them that made them seem worthy of being used by a 17th century king and queen.
There were many other rooms that I saw in my wander through the Palace, but to try and keep ...