Ibis Savigny sur Orge
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... but very informative French history debrief. The ups and downs, more beheadings actually it seemed like most of France had their heads cut off at some point, something to do with Louis and another Louis building lavish palaces and red sole shoes. After what seemed like an eternity we reached Paris. Suddenly, the memory of the arduous bus ride dissolved. My love affair with this city was reignited. My second favourite city in the world, with their ...
We nearly died today. But I'll get back to that. Our plan had been to make the market our first stop today. Last year when Mum and I were here, there had been a big market at the metro station over the road on the Sunday morning. I thought we could go over and get some bread, cheese and some strawberries and peaches and we could have a picnic in the Parc du Champ de Mars in front of the Eiffel Tower tonight. But when I woke up, I couldn't hear a sound. ...
... are meltingly tender. The Musée Jacquemart-André was the private home of a couple who were great art collectors, and an exhibition was being held on Le Perúgin (Perugina) believed to have been Raphaël's mentor. In addition to the Perugina paintings, a room of Raphaël's works was also included. We concluded this beautiful event with lunch at the tearoom in the ...
Getting up at 3:30 am was shocking. Whose idea was that? The taxi arrived spot on time but easily broke the speed limit to the airport doing 120 in 50 zones. Not another car in sight so of course we got there very early. As a consequence no restaurants were open except yes you guessed it - the big M. What a delicious ...
Following our wonderful wake-up coffee, fruit and pastries per Amy, we set off, via Metro, for the Louvre. It is here that I will mention that there are an awful lot of stairs down to these trains that hurtle through the underground, and so wonderfully often! but then there are more stairs to get back up to the street. Around famous tourist attractions one is treated to an escalator, ...