Kyriad Les Ulis
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... read our address. Off we headed to Ile Saint-Louis. Traffic in Paris is a pain. With a couple of wrong turns, we made it to our apartment, without ransom demands, in an hour.
With an airport phone call to Sara, our AirBNB apartment host, she was waiting for us in the apartment. Sara, a Denver, CO native, had followed her French boyfriend to France and discovered she was in love with France rather than her ...
... blocks looking left at every corner and sure enough, we saw it. Holy ****. The sheer scale and enormous vanity were overwhelming. So were the hordes of tourists. Especially the pushing bus loads of Chinese. It made the viewing less enjoyable. But the marble work on the interior was simply beautiful. We headed out to des jardins (garden). Interesting term for miles of parkland, sculpted, trees, manmade canal, ...
... mistake, deciding to catch the Metro to Invalides. What we hadn't reckoned with was the huge numbers of stairs requiring us to lug our suitcases up and down at each end. We got there in the end, and had just a few hundred metres to trundle to our hotel. The hotel is great, a fantastic location in a fairly quiet street. It's a bit of a tourist area, but that's OK. Initially we found the room to be a bit of a challenge - the size of a telephone booth with about as much ...
... view of it. The tower doesn't light up until 9:45 and sparkles on the hour starting at 10, so we had some time to get settled. There are concrete stairs and a platform with a great view, but there are lots of people sitting and walking past so it's not a great picnic spot. Just down from these stairs was another platform that had music playing and about 50 couples were tango dancing - not a dance I've seen very often, so that was fun to watch! ...
... towards it, and what a beautiful bridge it was. The Pont Alexandre III , named after the Russian Tzar, has been voted the most elegant and beautiful bridge in Paris, and is ranked by Tripadvisor at #5 out of 727 attractions in Paris. It was built before 1900 along with the Grande Palais and Petite Palais for the Universal Exposition of 1900.
It was at the time it was built a marvel of 19th century engineering, and it is finished in the over the top Art Nouveau ...