Ibis Paris Gennevilliers
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... Montparnasse. What makes Paris unique, in my opinion, is not the monuments, museums, and impressive shops. It's the architecture. The homely buildings with grey curved roofs, small brick chimneys, rooftop gardens and picturesque balconies must cost an absolutely fortune to own but it really is my dream to live in one. Manoeuvring the metro in Paris at a rush hour is nothing short of a challenge. After getting locked out of the entry gates and contemplating hopping over one of them as ...
... cars for Pres. Hollande and a horse guard of around 24 horses. The wreath duly laid and a prayer or two said, then the Marseillaise played by a military band but sung by no one in the crowd. Security overtook any sense of pomp or emotion and the Champs Elysee and surrounding streets were closed for nothing. We all melted away to lunch. On ...
... and on our heated towel bars to get them dry. Grocery shopping requires one to learn the ins and outs of developing a relationship with each store owner and how they like to conduct business. We have a supermarket which is not dissimilar from the ones at home but we only use it for household basics. At the poissonerie and the boucherie one indicates the seafood or meat products you want and they hand you a ticket that you take to the back corner and disturb the ...
... instead. This time we wanted to see it and I wanted to photograph the gargoyles on the roof. We were lucky and able to walk straight in and were immediately struck by how dark it was. The size of it was impressive and there was a copy of Leonardi da Vinci's La Pieta but you couldn't get near it and the sides were all screened. Very disappointing but I will get close to the original in Rome! On exiting it ...
... d never left. Although there is so much more to this beautiful city than the Eiffel Tower it really made me feel like I was finally there.
When daylight came it was time to see more of the beauty Paris had to offer. We opted for a "hop on hop off" bus to keep things simple and see as much of the city in one day as possible. The Louvre was so much more than I expected; even just from the outside. The buildings surrounding the mirrored ...