Ibis Paris Maisons Laffitte
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... got in. The highlight is Monets water lilies and there are other collections in this purpose built Musee to house the collections. We then went on to explore the location of the Invalides bus and metro stations when we travel to Orly on Wednesday to pick up the car. By the time we got back my feet were wet as the Jardin des Tulleries gardens were quite wet. We then returned to Arts et Metiers. Another long walking day. Had to dry our shoes and boots by the heater that ...
... to our phones.
Anyway - We made it to Paris! We took the ferry over from Dover, England to Calais, France, spent the night in Calais and then drove to Paris today. We did lots of cool stuff in England that didn't make it to our blog yet (like Windsor Castle & Stonehenge). I think Phil is putting together pics while I'm writing this, so I'll just put a few of the kids at the Calais ...
... back and then we had a little mishap where Aunty Ton jumped on the Metro and the doors closed automatically, leaving me standing at the station. We had a plan that if we ever got separated we were just to go to the next station and get off and wait for the other person to catch up. We missed each other at one station but caught each other at the next so crisis averted! We arrived in time for the Segway just as it started to rain. A Segway is a little motorized stand up ...
... She's saying 'Parishuttle' I'm saying... 'Where? Where?' Going to be an interesting trip. So we accost this Frenchman. He says, 'Not yet...going to get a coffee...10 minutes' At least that's what we thought he said. So Emily shoots back into the airport to buy a coffee. Off she disappears into the crowd. And the small van pulls up with 'Parishuttle' on the side. The driver hops out and says ...'Mrs. Arch?' Oh ...
... a creme brûlée all from different little shops we passed by. We took the subway and a newer train pulled up! Doors that automatically open, a lit route map that showed where you were and, most impressive of all, AC! Yes, this is the first train in any city that has had AC. They've all been hot and stuffy except for this one little ride! We got to Trocadero around 9:15, which is across the river from the tower and has what I think is ...