Ibis Paris Marne La Vallee Val d'Europe
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... Back at the hotel, we put the TV on - good to have English channels for the first time in nearly a week - only to find that there are two hostage situations in Paris and the airport where we spent 3 hours was halfway between the two! One was the two boys who committed the Charlie Ebdo massacre. They had one hostage. Ultimately, they were both killed but the hostage survived. The other standoff was a man who killed a French policewoman yesterday and he took ...
... by the revolutionaries. The hall where Danton and the radical Cordeliers' club held their debates and where Marat's body was put on display after his assassination, still exists. The current French parliamentary buildings and the Luxembourg gardens were viewed. As it was David and Sonya's last night we treated ourselves to dinner at a posh restaurant, Le Train Bleu at the Gare de Lyon. Excellent food and service in over the top surroundings. A memorable ...
Paris continues to have gorgeous Indian-Summer weather, and Les Flâneurs Parker have gone wandering along the Canal St. Martin where the banks were filled with people enjoying the beautiful day. A sophisticated little bateau was able to tack precisely enough to sail in perfect big ovals, its sails expertly maneuvering the winds. We never could spot who was controlling him. Along the ...
... I were on the tour so we had our own private guide. We started the tour from Rue Lepic near the Moulin Rouge (nothing special in the day time). It was great to see Dalida's House and her bronze statue where visitors rub her boobs for luck. We didn't bother doing doing this however. Up Rue Lepic we saw the cafe Les Deux Moulin (where the movie Amelie was made) and followed up the hill (whew) to where the other ...
It's actually day 5 & we are on the bus to lauterbrennan in Switzerland. Been literally running around Paris & too tired to type at night. A whole day on the bus should give me time to catch up on our adventures. Our 2nd day started with late breakfast, much refreshed after some sleep in a bed again. The bed was comfy & it never got old staring out the window down to the river Seine & across to the Louvre which was originally a palace of King Louie 14th before ...