Ibis Paris Porte Clichy Centre
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... a very dirty plane except with no seat belts. We went through an underwater tunnel between England and France. When we arrived at Paris it was not like what I was expecting. There was lots of spray painted grafiti on the buildings and and there were dirty streets. We went to our apartment by taxi and I realised that in Paris people drive on the opposite side of the road and their steering wheel is on the left hand side of the ...
... And then it was on to the Paris standard, the Eiffel Tower...a thing of beauty! We did not get out and go up it. We had done so 40 years ago. And I've become a bit more claustrophobic of small elevators since then. We stopped by Napoleon's grave but did not go into the Cathederal. We thought we'd try the Rodin Museum...you remember, "The Thinker." The line was a block long. We were striking out all over the place with museums.
... and then handed us a tiny spoon and motioned for us to eat the egg out of its shell. Jean only cut Harlea's egg, so I had to try to cut the top of my egg. I failed miserably. But it was fun!! I ate it with salt and pepper and it was great! Lina dropped the yolk on the table, so needless to say, Harlea won our egg eating competition.After breakfast we headed to the metro to start our day. (We looked more "French today;" we all wore peacoats and had leather boots and leather ...
... as it was the busiest room. Had trouble getting close. U can take photos but no flash. As I couldn't get close and because the portrait is surrounded by glass...probably bullet proof lol, my pictures were blurry. But hey we saw her. The Italian paintings were just amazing. How did they do such huge paintings way back then, they must have had to have scaffolding to do them. I know mum has to have a large easel to do a big painting, but these are huge! Sure ...
... of the city by boat. Despite it being a little windy and cold, it was so much fun seeing the famous landmarks from the river Seine. Also, we passed under 22 bridges during the tour! I didn't know the city even had that many bridges. It started to rain again just as we were pulling back into the dock. But, I had my umbrella so I was good to go! On our way back to the metro, we stopped for some crêpes. Yum! Our next stop was going to me the ...