Ibis Paris La Defense Centre
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... sign very well, and a Swedish lady who could speak French and English. Thanks to these night people we are no longer at paris orly airport! The lady from Sweden was so lovely. She was so excited when we. Told her that we were from Australia as she had visited the country 6 times. Apparently she has a very special friend there and they have a long distance relationship mostly via the internet and their yearly visits to one another. She ...
... the crowd wasn’t huge so they could take their time, and they did.
There was then another museum to visit, for this one they had to queue and wait but not for long, it was guided and no photo’s were allowed expect at the very top from which point there is a superb view of the whole city and environs .
This tour include paintings and a short history of all the Bishops who have lived here and in later times, Kings, and shows how ...
... out of the city, it dawned on me how much I love driving in France. People here genuinely don't give a ****, when it comes to driving they are a lot more laid back and accepting towards other people. Every car has at least one dent in it, however they value cars as objects which is what they are - not your life! Their relaxed attitudes makes driving less stressful and all the more exciting.
At around 9pm we reached Paris, when Ben asked "Do ...
... every museum and church this time. We can see the ones we like, and spend as much time as we like at cafés and bookstores and parks experiencing the Parisian way of life (Le mode de vie).
We finally got ourselves together and set out at around 2pm. We took the metro, which is easy as pie compared to the Moscow metro, to the Rue Cler stop, south of the Seine river. Rue Cler is a pedestrian only street which has little shops (butcher, baker, florist, produce stand, cheese ...
...And then it was time for Paris. We arrived in the City of Lights set to sprint through the city. We took a spirited tour of the airport and hopped on the train to the city center. Our first stop was Notre Dame Cathedral, followed by a quick stop at a cafe, the Louvre, Jardin des Tuileries, the Champs-Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe (where some Hidden Lake Camp counselors surprised us!), and we topped it off with crepes at the ...
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