Mercure Paris Velizy
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... though Paris taxis have become much more clean since they’ve had competition), and faster. There is no waiting in line at the taxi stand, just punch in the smartphone app and a car is usually there, at least at the airport, in a minute. And they’re often very nice cars. Anyway, my experience has been good so far.
We hit traffic going into Paris, so I chatted with the driver. He asked me what kind of music I liked, and detecting a bit of ...
In Paris there are many rivers and walkways, so people tend to walk around and bike more than driving. Paris is in the Ile de France region which is in the middle European beaver they can be found in the rivers. There are a lot of forest areas in Paris where people can hike. Some animals that can be found in the forest are the red deer and the pine marten. That’s some ways about how the nature,human and geographical activities relate in ...
... crossed over the river past Notre Dame cathedral then into the Latin Quarter. We walked up past the Paris Universities and the on to the Luxemborg gardens. We had a coffee at a cafe facing the gardens and then walked through the gardens observing families around the lake and the model yachts on the lake. We walked around the Musee and back across the river and then returning to our ...
... a visit to Eglise de la Madeleine - a beautiful church that is apparently a very popular for weddings. Just in front of the alter a music recital was taking place - 2 violinist & a cellist. (Liz hearing the cello reminded me of Damien!). It is now sprinkling outside & very cold - might try & get to Basilique du Sacre-Coeur & check out the shops on the Champs-Élysées & the Arc de Triompe. Hope everyone is well back ...
... But we decided that we like this style of impressionism! We also loved the architecture of the building which was a train station previously - the view of Paris from the 5th floor through the old clock was great! When we came out of the museum, it had stopped raining so we walked over to rue Cler, a pedestrian area we had already been to with Howard and Joanne, but today the stores were open. We enjoyed a huge charcuterie and cheese plate ( big enough for ...