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... us, we live on the 9th floor of an apartment building at the 9:00 point when looking at the city. No...not that far towards the center...all the way over there...it is called Bagnolet and it's Metro stop is the last on that line. So we purchased metro passes for the week and now we know how the lines intersect and where they lead so that each morning after our breakfast of croissants, pain chocolats, oranges, and banana...and ...
... restaurant on Le Champs Elysees, Le Fouquets! Dinner was followed up with a night bus tour of some of the surrounding city-sites. The Eiffel Tower at night is breathtaking.... (side note: when Gretch and I were in Paris in 2008, all of our pictures are of a Purple/Blue Eiffel Tower at night. Apparently, in the Eiffel's history, there are only 6 ...
... We took the Metro to the city rendezvous point, stopping briefly for a quick bite of lunch and boarded the bus at 1:30. We traveled to Giverny via Versaille to drop off and pick up people who were doing a full day tour of both places. Although we were cheesed that this meant we only had 1.25 hours to visit the gardens and home, the impressions were so strong that the time was probably enough.
We first visited Monet's ...
... 700 room IBIS.
The room is about the size of our previous bathrooms and the view out of the window is a little industrial, read airport. The bathroom has a porthole!!!
Still it's the right place at the right price.
Leaving tomorrow for home so not much more to report.
Hope you've enjoyed the trip half as much as we have.
Shame it's all sort of fading a ...
... to see the difference in the gardens. There were lots of pansies and irises (the flag type), forget-me-nots, anenomes and alliums, and the wisteria was lovely. Not so many roses or camelias this time and the water lillies, though lovely, weren't flowering. We walked over the Japanese bridge and around the water lily lake and spent a lot of time exploring the gardens. Monet's house feels warm and inviting and he has a lot of Japanese ukiyo-e art that ...