Ibis Saint Gratien
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... to check weight limits with the airline. I ask her what her husband had for breakfast. She tells me that it is our responsibility to check weight limits with the airline. I think that a rock gives more varied responses. She tells me that we have two options. We can either pay for the extra weight, or we can put some of the checked luggage in our hand luggage. I ask her how much we would have to pay to have extra weight. She says 70 Pounds, which is about $150. I tell her that ...
... order-- whites, rosees, reds, and dessert. All of the bottles are placed behind glass, and it's kind of like a venting machine. You insert your card, pick the wine you want to taste, hold your glass under the faucet, and it serves you the amount of wine you ordered-- from a taste to a half gl************** glass. J and I decided to stick with only tastings so we could taste as much as possible, and I loved it. We each ...
... but worth seeing.
We then walked around the corner, past the Rodin Museum and gardens (would have loved another visit there!) to catch the Metro to the Cluny Museum. The wonderfully cool lowest level of the Cluny dates to Roman times...upstairs are architectural artifacts from many churches, and other (mostly religious) objects. The amazing Lady and the Unicorn tapestries were up even higher. I was impressed with how large they are, and interested to read ...
... to see them up close. It was gorgeous! We got some great pictures. We then rushed back to our hotel to grab our bags where we gave in at had the front desk call a taxi for us to take us to the Gare de Lyon. By that point we were too tired to lug our bags out there and were worried that it would take us too long. We made it to our train station with about 10 minutes to spare before we were able to get on to our train for our 13 hour train ride.
... the competition but when it was learned that a Frenchman had designed the tower, the people in Barcelona kicked up a fuss and the design was rejected. In it's place Barcelona built a red bricked 'arc de triumph' which is about a quarter of the size of the one in Paris. Obviously Gustof submitted his design when the world fair was coming to Paris and won again. The rest is history!
We then jumped on a boat and went for a cruise up the Seine River learning some history and seeing ...