Ibis Paris Porte Doree
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... coz i really needed to eat more cheese). So good. interesting as it was made with buckwheat flour (so Gluten Free). yummo.. Dessert of course was more crepes - one with salted butter caramel and another flambe with Grand Marnier. So good,
Anyway, i better be off, quick visit to Chateau de Versailles before we head off to Champagne region to hang with the Wirtz family for 9 days.
Peace out people!
Well, that was our last night in a bed for a while. And the girls said yay, it's time to go home and not come back to Paris.
We had a leisurely morning and Kristy finished her breakfast muffins while Tessa and I went down to the buffet by the lobby and had croissants, toast and orange juice for €11 each.
Then it was back to finish packing everything up so we could check out by 11. We left our bags in the luggage room while we went for a ...
... various exhibits and pointing out to us of course a lot of the must see items but some lesser known but equally impressive pieces as well.
Our tour actually began before we even made it inside the building with our guide explaining the interesting history of the building itself. Originally it was a fortress designed to protect the small city of Paris from this vantage point just outside of the original city borders, following that it became a royal palace during which ...
... adopt a "no victors, no vanquished" resolution. Germany, France, and England all ignored him;
... in so a walk would probably be OK, what a pair of troupers.
Our ride continued and we stopped at our furthest destination point of Montparnasse Tower (highest view in Paris). We locked up our bikes and all went to the top for the night views which were wonderful. We even had the Eiffel Tower directly in our line of sight. When we came back down to the bikes there had been a small accident beside our bikes where a someone had fallen out of a tuk tuk and ...