Ibis Paris Marne La Vallee Noisy
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... there on the Metro. However, once we changed at Châtelet, Mum reckoned we needed to get off at Oberon. It then took us awhile to find the park, and when we did, the station I said we should get off at (Luxembourg) was right outside. Sorry, fail Mum!
Anyway, we wandered through the park and it was very beautiful. Dad commented on the fact that they have all this really nice grass but no-one is allowed to sit on it. Weird! So ewe sat on these metal chairs on ...
... too much effort to eat as heaps of bones. Gary thought he was getting duck after that however this must have been lost in translation as next they were offering the dessert menu, just as well as we were surrounded by smokers - oh well off again in search of a nice little ice cream shop we found the previous day. Another day clocking up just over 20 kms - time to ...
... although there's less to see and less greenery there, there's a beautiful tree-lined walking path down the middle that leads to the Champs-Elysées and all the shopping. This street is kind of like the Magnificent Mile in Chicago. It's about a mile long, has a lot of high-end shops as well as tourist traps and people walking will just randomly stop in the middle of the sidewalk to look around. See - exactly the same :) The Champs-Elysées dead ...
... crowds at the Louvre, took a wrong turn but found a small kiosk to purchase our pass which allowed us to bypass the queues for priority access, quite a neat trick for us foreigners. Spent half a day scooting around the museum and was pretty amazing, then back on the hop on hop bus to finish of the sights and finished the day with Sacre Coeur Basilica and the tower both with shonky guys selling Heineken ...
Today we rose early and we caught a series of trains to the Louvre and we walked around in the Fourier below the pyramid to set up our admission. Little known fact the louvre was ounce a palace before it was moved to the Versailles. We saw just a fraction of the artwork, however we saw the most famous paintings. Such as: Mona Lisa liberty leading the people and Napoleon's coronation, and ...