Ibis Paris Sarcelles
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CITY DAY - Paris
Ros feeling no better so I took the excursion to Montmartre to see the artists in residence and take on the stories of where Rembrandt and Picasso worked etc.Lots of little souvenir shops and lots of people.
Ros was asleep in bed when I returned so when she woke we used up some of the soup and dry biscuits we bought at the supermarket and had them in the room for lunch. I couldn't have eaten a ...
... about. Walking across the next street we notice a man and a different girl holding a very similar gold ring between them with a long discussion going on between them. They part without money seeming to change hands so I'm not sure if it was the ring scam or not. We watched the girl until we are approached by a well dressed man with a coat over his arm asking if we speak English. He said he and his fiancé had just arrived in Paris and had lost all their luggage, ...
... in Geelong. Hope you are managing to get over the flight OK. Two twenty-four hour flights in a week is HUGE. But you did get to sit at the Cafe O Jules on the Place D'Italie. :-) 12.40pm now. On board the train to Munich. No trouble finding the right platform. Lovely single seat by the window again. ( Keeping my eyes peeled for that food trolley. Not missing out twice!) Am going backwards though. I did bring my own food. ( No one doubted that, right?) ...
... Orica) was the last man to try to escape 5km before the
end. But the inevitable bunch gallop saw the domination of Giant-Shimano
in the lead out. Marcel Kittel emerged as the winner of stage 21,
adding one success to the three he took in the first week of the Tour.
Seven stages out of twenty-one have been ...
... On the second level we had perfect seats to see these fantastic dancers perform. Agi and Thea joined us for this wonderful evening which was followed by Kir (C******nay and a licqeur) at the Cafe de la Paix. Not a bad way to end the day! Only 13k walked.
Wednesday July 2
Today it was sunny and hot! A later start had us walking the Rue de Rivoli again but this time toward Place de Concorde after going to the St. Honore market to buy lunch ...