Mercure Paris Sud Parc Du Coudray
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... by Renoir and Cézanne, Matisse and Picasso, and a full exhibit on french artiste Émile Bernard, which closes today. It's all a welcome change from the bizarre and questionable artwork we perused during yesterday's tour of the Centre Pompidou!
Since we were already close, we decided to walk along the length of the Champs Élysées to the Arc de Triomphe. We can see it in the distance, so the walk can't be too long, but ...
... After a glass of refreshment with a plate of four cheeses we head off to take in the sights of the seine on a river cruise. It is a lovely leisurely way to end a day. After a diversion take a snap of the flame above the tunnel where Dodi and Di sadly met their end we head to a few changes on the metro to get us back to the apartment to see if we have our wifi fixed yet. That not being so we head to L'Etoile Manquante a block away that has good fare and wifi. The Louvre and Notre Dame ...
... showed up after about 15 minutes we decided the logical course of action was to meet them at the book store so we walked the rest of the way there, which didn't take particularly long. Once inside I was completely content to spend hours exploring, with the whole store smelling beautifully of books and every wall covered with book binders of every shape and material. I picked my way through books about the way the brain works, the Mathematics of the Simpsons, the Hobbit and even spent ...
... us off near the Louvre. We wandered around the Louvre for several hours before buying some baguettes and a few bottles of wine and eating them in the park outside the Louvre, reviewing our selfies with the Mona Lisa and discussing all the beautiful pieces.
We met the tour back at Musee D'Orsay and headed off for a "family dinner" at Janette's Parisian Restaurant, where the waiters took a shine to us and ...
... closed, we need to walk a further twenty minutes to another station which will get us to the metro (at this stage I think I am going to collapse but keep quiet). Daniel tells Stuart and myself that metro line 4 to St Germaine is easy, obliviously he doesn't know us. We say goodbye to the group and head off on our own onto the underground Metro. Hurray!! We do a jig that we make it to St Germain without a hitch. Dinner and drink at another cafe, shower and ...