Ibis Nogent Sur Marne
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Tonight we joined the tour group again and decided to see the Moulin Rouge. Initially we weren't going to go because it was expensive, but thought we may not get another opportunity to go, and the price included dinner. Our table was right up the front right next to the stage. After a really nice dinner and live music, the show started. The costumes and choreography were pretty impressive although ...
... but not raining. And this morning the same. It is cold (I love it), but high clouds and no rain at the moment. I think there will be serious rain by Tuesday or Wednesday, but meanwhile I just love the cool feeling, and am wearing my trusty down jacket! Amr and I walked along the Seine to the Place de la Concorde and took several tourist photos, especially for Jess, to show that we really are in this city of many famous ...
... and were pleasantly surprised by the size of our room. I had imagined that we would only be able to open one suitcase at a time but it is quite roomy. We headed off with our bag of laundry and a lovely girl at the laundromat helped us work the machines. Once the washing was on we set off for a cafe were we enjoyed people watching with wine and cheese. We met a young Aussie couple who are on their honeymoon. It was their first day also and they were enjoying ...
Today I was supposed to go to Versailles, but Frank had work and he would prefer if I didn't make the journey alone so I am waiting until tomorrow morning to visit the palace of Versailles and the gardens. Hopefully we can wake up early and go because tomorrow night I leave for Vienna Austria. I'm really looking forward to spending a day in Austria and going to the Schönbrunn palace!!! After that I'm headed to Israel for a week to sleep in a tent on the beach and hopefully find people ...
Today was our last day in Paris, and we spent the majority of it gawking at the grandiose Palace of Versailles. Opulence is an understatement for the palace and it's hard to keep your jaw from dropping open at every turn. Outside of the palace there's even more to see; the gardens, fountains, sculptures, Marie Antoinette's hamlet, just to name a few. It's fun to imagine being a king or queen and calling this place "home"! Cruz wondered aloud how you'd ever find your way around ...