Melia Royal Alma Boutique Hotel
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Paris continues to have gorgeous Indian-Summer weather, and Les Flâneurs Parker have gone wandering along the Canal St. Martin where the banks were filled with people enjoying the beautiful day. A sophisticated little bateau was able to tack precisely enough to sail in perfect big ovals, its sails expertly maneuvering the winds. We never could spot who was controlling him. Along the ...
Our arrival in Paris saw us back at Charles de Gaul airport which did not generate happy memories for Sarah, having been pulled aside for a personal security "pat down" and full on bag search whilst in-transit to Croatia. This time she remembered to smile and say "merci" to the security staff and we passed through untroubled and with all our bags accounted for!
Patrick met us at our apartment and quickly set up the girls in front ...
... but it didn't leave and my French couldn't handle the announcements. Finally managing to ask someone "Excusez-moi, ou va ce train?" (probably not 100% but he understood what I meant) I discovered that it was the wrong one, so we disembarked, gave up and walked back to the sanctuary of the air conditioned hotel. In the evening we wandered around and found a very family friendly cafe, where they served frankfurters and beer, and spoke ...
... of other things.
Feeling satiated, we headed to the metro. It's pretty amazing to see art even outside the metro. We took it to Place de la Concorde. When we got off we saw Les Jardins du Tulierres but opted not to go in as it was cloudy. We strolled around to see Place de la Concorde, and headed to our first bridge to cross the Seine. We didn't pay much attention to that ...