Ibis Jouy en Josas Velizy
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... they had the best hot chocolate in the world.
We were not disappointed one bit! It was absolutely delicious! Incredibly
rich….but so delicious. After warming up
with the hot chocolate, we headed to the area of Malais (another suggestion
from Taylor) and spent the rest of the afternoon shopping around. We headed back to our hostel later that
evening and started the search for a restaurant for dinner. It was Friday, so we ...
... the French World War Exhibition at their military museum observing a minutes silence. Couldn't have timed it more appropriately. (Before you ask, the timing was completely coincidental). Very special moment. - Now I spent ages at the Musee, but I thought I'd have time to check out the Palais de Chaillot. Being opposite the Eiffel Tower I thought it would be good to see and be close by for my appointment. Except... It's not a tourist place for entry! That's 2 so far today that ...
... missed most of it, as she was kinda zonked as soon as she sat down! Was a lovely ride, surprisingly arid country. Saw what looked like a very old crumbling castle along the trail. We got here to Barcelona feeling pretty clever, well that was short lived. We had made it nicely to the metro station, and found elevators (baggage despite our best efforts was heavy) to board, but , Behold! none to get out of the darn thing , s fortunately a lovely young spanish lady with a ...
... afternoon we walked around parks taking photos and seeing the differences in attractions etc. Crowd levels starting dropping off late afternoon as the families with young kids began filtering out of the park back to their hotels for a rest. Normally, we would do the same back in Orlando. But, with all the money we spent for a day here, we were in it for the long haul committed to remain until the fireworks closed the park at 11:00 p.m. At this point we were able to get on a few ...
... and even a tai-chi class.
Everywhere we looked someone was sitting and enjoying the day - feet dangling over the river, propped on a bridge or in a corner cafe enjoying a drink. The street vendors had opened up their stalls with second hand books, memorabilia and images of Paris over the centuries.
We have iBooks of a rather ambitious series of architectural history walking tours, each covering a different era from medieval to ...