Ibis Savigny sur Orge
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... as we walked through the area I was going to use that line as there wasn't a church in sight. Tammy on the other hand did put one of the scammers in her place when we were by the Louvre when she overheard one trying to tell a couple that she was deaf and she was trying to raise money. Tammy was behind her and told the couple "it's a scam". The scammer turned around quickly and Tammy looked at her and said "I thought you were deaf" and walked off. I know, but I digress. ...
... 4am my time (10pm PA) and I called my parents, who advised me to take a zertek and try to sleep. I did, but not that much, and I woke up not being able to tell if I actually slept that night.
I told my host mother about the bites, and she gave me a spray to spray on my bed. Along with this, she told me "you should probs stay out of your room after you spray it... lol.
After that I went to meet the new kids for API! They were super fun, and I ...
... not so easy in French! Then mid-afternoon I'd had enough so caught the Metro back to Chateau Rouge and back to the apartment for a well-deserved nap. Tomorrow, doing the tour thing again - Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower (including lunch at a restaurant at the tower), then Versailles, then back into Paris for a dinner cruise on the Seine. Big day coming, I can't wait! See you guys later! Thanks for reading, please leave ...
... of the other galleries. Just the lobby is as big as some the museums I've been too, so I can see why the guidebooks tell you not to have high expectation and hope to visit the entire museum in a day! We headed straight for the busier Denon wing, inexplicably drawn by the big names residing here: Winged Victory, la Jaconde, and the glorious Venus di Milo.
Of course, everyone else is drawn to these famous pieces, so when we find ...
... the chapel opening and witnessed a real court session. Quite neat!)
Next stop: the lovely Musee D'orsay. I love both the building (an art deco renovation of the old train station) and the collection of Impressionist paintings.like Monet, Cezanne, Pizarro and the like. Even if you hate art museums, you would ...