Ibis Jouy en Josas Velizy
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lost (not us though as Rick had an extremely keen sense of direction on this trip!). We even found my Spanish to be quite useful with a taxi driver who is Parisian and speaks Spanish better than English. It was so much fun carrying on a conversation with a local, even if it wasn't in either one of our native tongues. We continue to notice small, pocked marks on the asphalt. Rick surmised, probably correctly, that these marks are made by the many motorbikes that park along the ...
... even had an English village and farm built there so she could pretend to be a farm girl. Funny isn't it. The French were trying to be Poms and the Poms were decorating their mansions like the French while they had been trying to kill each other for hundreds of years. It is a good thing that the Palace is largely unfurnished. It is in keeping with the story of the furnishings being sold. The audio guide was very good. The crowds made it difficult to see many of ...
... left bank, enjoyed a cooling breeze off of the Seine(70's here) to the cathedral, toured, and had dinner nearby with the bells ringing out the hour. Learned that Air France is on strike, no, not our airline , as we leave tomorrow for Italy. Mimma and Augusto have invited us for dinner tomorrow, so Bobbie can try her Italian, although from their e-mails it seems Mimma is fluent ...
... been anywhere before. Now almost 20 years later having seen a lot of the world now it was not The same feeling, perhaps leaving it as a memory is better. Then back on the train to find he promandade de plante. This is a raised walkway full of gardens in the Bastille region. With Quinn sleeping Ripley declared that it was really very beautiful and do he enjoyed walking along it - success! It was a nice walk and cool to see the different buildings and streets from a ...
... the wind joined in, luckily we had the forethought to take our coats. We really enjoyed Versailles and would consider staying there rather than Paris next time we come back. Back to our unit we had to wash both had nearly runout of clothes. Had a little rest before we heading out to dinner and the Moulin Rouge. The World Cup is huge here and finding a restaurant with a free table wasn't easy, but we persisted ...