Mercure Paris Porte De Versailles Vaugirard
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... from a dock on the Ile-des-Cygnes, not far south of the Bir-Hakeim bridge. We arrived a little early for the 6:30 cruise, and to our initial discomfort, there was no boat in sight! However, it finally pulled alongside the dock, and we boarded with a very small contingent of about two-dozen others.
We sat at a table for two near the front of the boat, on the port side, in the enclosed dining room area that can accommodate 200+ diners, with a ...
Video Girl and Battery Boy have already settled in to living like the locals, but not without a teething problem. The first task this morning is to stock the cupboards and fridge with food. A short walk along rue Bonaparte to Boulevard Saint Germain and they were at the local Monoprix. They selected what they needed and headed to the check-out where Video Girl caused the next French Revolution when she realised she had failed to weigh the fruit and vegetables. ...
Well, after a VERY long trip we are here, on a beautiful springday of about 22 degrees.
The trip was long due to our choice to swap airlines in Singapore. Whilst we love Singapore Airlines, we lashed out for premium economy, which they don't have. Hence we had about seven hours to kill in Changhai, so we moved between the terminals and window shopped. I did take advantage and doused myself in Chanel No 5 at ...
... skills I was able to borrow his phone but neither Clement nor Sunshine picked up. Miraculously however I remembered the name of the station and all was good.
I had a little time left so I decided to head towards the l’Orangerie Museum. The l’Orangerie museum had two exhibitions, one of Monet and one of Guillaume’s extensive collection of Renoir, Cezánne, and Picasso etc. It was interesting ...
Today we went shopping in Paris and we went on the train to get there, and guess what? Somebody got left behind. And guess who that person was? Aunty Meg. The train was ever so crowded and I got squished. The doors shut really fast and aunty meg was still on the platform. As the train departed from the platform, granny went flying into someone, aunty meg was laughing on the platform and I went oh my ...