Ibis Savigny sur Orge
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... centre is Chatlet. We love this station as for security they have a Perspex wall along the length of the platform. There are automatic doors located where the train doors will open. The sign warning people of the dangers of the automatic doors use a rabbit. We can't help but compare it to the Great Wall of China being there to keep the rabbits out. Sorry but that our quirky sense of humour! The corridors are full of various buskers some ...
... Asking where we were from. We didn't stop to chat much though. A very, very hard way to have to earn a living, I thought. Two coffees for Emily at the cafe looking back up to the Sacre Coeur. ( I did order an orange juice at the same time but only the 2 coffees arrived. Two people, two coffees...makes sense.) Still, I was a little thirsty. Onto Montmartre. We couldn't find it. Where is this magical quarter? Looks very rundown and yucky to us. Another ...
... at 5 40.
We had essentially 4 and a half hours to kill. It wasn't all ,bad there was a
guy just playing the piano to pass the time and the music inside the relatively
quiet station was a pleasant change from the roaring of the outside world. The
whole reason we chose to ride on the Eurostar was because for one it was a
train that went under water, and two it was for the views and scenery. Now it
certainly wasn’t for the cost because it ...
Longest bus ride ever! However we were very lucky as we had Kerrie and Bruno. Both of who were have got to know very well over the last few months. Since we sit near the front of the bus we got to have some get conversations with them. On the way to Paris we had two stops, one in Biarritz and the other in Tours. Both places seemed interesting from the few minutes we were there but am glad we didn't stop there. Hello ...
... quite a few that were well known and
enjoyed others that we had never seen before.
On the way back home we called in at Lafayette, a shopping complex close to the Opera Garnier. (We tried to do a tour of the opera house but it was closed for rehearsals). Lafayette
was quite impressive – it had an atrium like none other that we have seen
before. A beautiful dome high above the shopping area, the design and colours
being quite exquisite. Looking up ...