Ibis Paris Porte De Bercy
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... of the major commercial areas of Paris in the 1800s, called "the belly of Paris" because so much food was sold there. Emile Zola set one of his novels: Le ventre de Paris, there. There is still a huge underground shopping mall there, one of the most visited in Paris, and the above ground area is being turned into a large public space with a gigantic glass canopy over part of it. It will be quite impressive when finished. I kept walking north, passing ...
... a huge baguettes and continued on the tour. We finished after 2pm and found Marlene, who had decided to do her own thing while we were away. On our way to the boat dinner cruise we stopped off at Notre dame cathedral took some photos, did some shopping nearby and then got on the train to pick up our boat. Weather was quite warm. We arrived at the quay for boarding early but there was difficulty with getting everyone boarded because ...
... scenes from various eras, although most seemed to be show the early 1900s. My favorite were the rooms that were set up showing Louis XVI's room and others of this period. I was ready to cuddle up in one of the satin sheet beds as they were tres petite! I loved the bright blue of one room and the equally bright yet soft yellow of another, all with warm maple colored wood furniture, and yes, satin, shiny floral fabrics cushioned the chairs. It was no Mercure with a view ...
... around the Torcadero. Sadly our tour did not happen - apparently we had cancelled in February, despite the fact that we have a paid voucher. We waited for an hour and tried to call the tour operator numerous times to no avail. Damp, cold and not a little cross, we decided to cut our losses, dodge the rain and take a boat trip on the river. Any trip. As long as it was dry...
We ended up on a hop on hop off boat that, ...
... a very hoping location for youngsters like ourselves to go out. I enjoyed the area, and thought it was cool that a place I had read about in my British Literature class from high school was now real and just before me. The evening proceeded with wine and a good time. Our first day in Paris was a success.
Day two in Paris was slow to the draw. The group was exhausted from hours of walking and the long days put in for travel so far in the trip. We took ...