Ibis Savigny sur Orge
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It's sad sad sad it's my last night away... I'm really not ready to go back to work and real life. I'm hoping its warming up and with the run up to Melbourne Cup and Christmas I'll get distracted by the Australian way of life...
But right now I'm in the depths of Paris. And I really do mean the depths... The day started with a run down past the Hotel de Ville (I'm staying in the Marais this time- my favourite) and then ...
... was at its best in the rain but I tend to disagree. We stopped for lunch at a tiny patisserie which had very tasty quiches and some fine looking pastries. We each had a quiche and then tried one of those 'cronuts' which is supposed to be a cross between a donut and a croissant. A bit ordinary I thought and pretty much just a buttery donut. On we went to the Louvre and then to the museum of modern art and it's weird fountains. By this time ...
... here we caught the metro over to the Sacre Coeur. My catholic guilt paid off for the woman sitting on the stairs on the way in begging. I thought I could not in good conscience walk into a church without showing charity to those less fortunate, so I gave her a couple of euro. Inside the ceilings and stained glass windows were magnificent but no photos allowed. I assume to allow the privacy of worshippers. We sat ...
... and a Boat tour on the Seine Rivee. So we meandored our way over to the Louvre stopping to pick up sandwiches and crepes for lunch on our way. We found some benches in the courtyard of the Louvre and sat down to eat our lunch. Then looked around outside at the glass pyramids and ancient arcitecture. By this point we were all getting pretty warn out and it was time to go meet up with our group so we walked a ways farther to ...
... at the office, we learned that it's not running today because the river is flooding. We had noticed that it was flowing very fast, and seemed a bit high, but it's not about to inundate the city, at least that's what we hope. I suppose the bridges are low, and if the water rises the boats can't fit underneath without decapitating the passengers, so we're glad they didn't take that risk. Our Plan B was to try our luck with the Pompidou Centre. You know, try, try again. It ...