Ibis Paris Sarcelles
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... me. That hour flew by compared to some which just went on forever.
I was ready to go home, but when I got to the station (without getting lost again), there had been some issue on the RER A and it wasn't going all the way to La Defense, where I needed to go. We could only go about halfway. So I took the train halfway and then got on a bus. I literally had to ride the bus from the start until the last stop. At least the last stop was the metro station, so I just had to ...
... because as we were leaving, they closed the tower for the day). The picture from the top shows today's image of the Sacre Coure in a slightly different perspective to yesterday. As we reached the bottom, the rain had eased enough for a few pictures of the Iron Lady. We headed back down the Champs Elysse to the Arc de Triomphe, and I've included a picture of the pigeons (who are in numbers in Paris similar to the Parrots at KHS) for Dulmi who couldn't get one to stay still for ...
... from the mid-1200s, recently restored.
Next to that is the Concièrgerie, on the site of an ancient Merovingian palace, which developed into the palace of the Kings of France for many years before they moved house across the Seine to the Louvre in the mid-1300s. Louis IX, the one called Saint Louis, ruled from this palace. After the vacation to the Louvre, the Concièrgerie served as the seat of the Parliament, ...
... in the world.
- SAINTE CHAPELLE
The Sainte Chapelle was built in 1241.
Monday in Paris...lots of museums closed today...but not the Louvre! Our original plan was to walk the two blocks to the Louvre and get our free admission...check out the gift shop, have a quick cup of tea, hit the facilities and move on! Not so much..we got caught up in the Oh my goodness look at that syndrome and stayed for several hours...THEN we visited the gift shop, had a cup of tea and visited the facilities...all of which had crazy long lines! We were finally able to ...