Les Bords de Seine Hotel-Restaurant
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Sunday morning and a relaxing day was called for, in part because we had power, good connections for our phones and warmish day. We thought that we should tackle the blog and see if we could master it. Later on Stephen went for a cycle down to St Martin and Vernon, the streets were quiet and the cark parks empty. The French seem to take Sunday seriously, not a bad thing and great for cycling. He found a small patisserie at the bottom of the hill ...
... outsprinted Alexander Kristoff in a spectacular final
sprint on the Champs-Elysées.The traditional walk in the park
the way from Evry to Paris, the 164 riders left in the peloton cruised
at about 32km/h. The Maillot Jaune Vincenzo Nibali shared some Champagne
with his team-mates from Astana. ...
... a café, and took the train home. As we write this today, we are at Versailles chilling between the enormous gardens and the canal, but more on that next time. Total kms yesterday on foot: 5.1 in Brussels, 16.7 in Paris. What we are really missing so far is a good coffee. How has this entire continent so far failed to embrace what Canadians consider a basic morning necessity? There are espressos (2 oz for 2-3€) but no simple drip coffee so ...
... we decided to go Champs Elysées. From the train stop we walked up the wide sidewalk to the Arc de Triomphe. We stood by the huge traffic circle there and watched the traffic. There are no marked lanes and it seems it is every man for himself. We saw a few near misses while we watched. We then stopped by the Peugeot store and meandered down the rest of the avenue. It was a beautiful, warm evening so we took our time and then took the metro from Concorde again back to the ...
... out at you! Also, be sure to hit the museum on the edge of the park, but beware it only opens in the afternoon!
The intrepid warriors will love to explore the two castles in Marly. One, in the park, is old and ruined, but the other is up and running and welcomes explorers graciously!
WARNING. The tourist office is on the complete opposite side of town to the up and running castle. ...