Ibis Paris Defense Courbevoie
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... was enticed to try them on. I left with 2 pairs of shoes. Trying to get back to the ship was a challenge. First of all it was very difficult to find an empty taxi. When we finally did they refused to take us back to our ship. So we took the Metro and then walked about two block back to the ship. No problem, as they say.
It is very warm and sunny today. About 80 degrees and beautiful blue skies. Nice for a ...
... towards the bus station and had a cheeky drink. I must say this was worth the visit I am still in love with the art work and of course have a couple of replicas to put up at home, along with my Van Gogh, Rembrant and Vermeer's. We caught our train back to Paris as it was still early we decided to walk down to Notre Dame for some photos, took a few others on the way it was a bit of a walk, but Paris finally ...
... a train near a shopping area, but got a lil lost along the way. But soon we were back on the right track, and on our way we found a little cafe were we had a takeaway breakfasts which included a quiche, and it was yummy! After hitting up the shops, and Colleen trying on some things but not buying anything, we hit the Metro up again to the Eiffel Tower. Was only a quick stop to take some day time photos of it. We then made our way the the mini me version of the Statue ...
After a great nights sleep we enjoyed a lovely breakfast at the hotel. Lovely except for the tea and coffee. We have found in our travels that it is very hard to get a decent tea or coffee as the water tastes very different and everyone uses longlife milk! We think that we can solve the Australian dairy farmers crisis here in one hit. Of course first on the sightseeing list in Paris was the Eiffel Tower so we headed for our first attempt on the RER (train) and Metro. It appears ...
Oh the places I've been! We met Emilie at 12 and it was wonderful to see her! Emilie took us on a walk through the beautiful parts of Paris- too many to name all at onece but including the Louvre, Notre Dam and the Hotel de Ville, we also went through the Palais Royal and Place des Vosges. It is hard to describe how beautiful all of these places were. Angels, gargoyles, detailed bordering, bells and chapels, detailed gardens, fountains all of it so gorgeous and Parisian. I was wide ...