Mercure Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle
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... the chubby angels, mythological people and fleshy women painted by Rubens, and also the Flemish painter Jan Van Eyck whom we had learned a bit about at the Historian Museum in Bruges. Well, we spent seven hours there so I will not regale you with every painter and picture we saw.
What amazed me, aside from the fact that I walked for seven hours and climbed numerous stairs, is the ...
... was "union" so we hurried away from that nonsense. Closer to the river we found a nice cafe to sit and have coffee and a little lunch and watch the people. Bryan gets very impatient so I take these small times of relaxation and enjoyment to heart. We walked all the way back over the river for an awesome outdoor store. It was good by Paris standards but nothing here is as great as the places in Germany. We then moved east to a an underground mall, but it ...
... the interesting wares and buying a few gifts.
Another half hour Metro trip and I'm back at the hotel. Ive scoped out the neighbourhood here a bit and found a laundromat (very important - the hotel doesn't have guest facilities - grr) and a small supermarket. I bought a few pain au chocolat for breakfasts as buying breakfast out is ridiculously expensive. I also got a "Galette des Rois" for tomorrow. :)
Looking forward to tomorrow - Mont Saint ...
... t let me try and find a higher ranked place on trip advisor. We ordered the fondue and frogs legs. The frogs legs were pretty average, wouldn’t do them again unless it was a nice place. The cheese fondue was fun, but seriously unhealthy, cheese and bread overload! Walking back to our hotel we crashed for the night!
Our last day in Paris and we planned on going to the palace of Versailles. Its twenty km’s out of Paris and we joined again one of the ...
... preparation so we head off on a walk.
Strolling down the street, we came upon the Cimetaire de Montmartre in Avenue Rachel.
Surrounded by houses and commercial establishments, there's even a flyover bridge for traffic incorporated into the cemetery. The cemetery is on multiple levels to deal with the rising ground of Montmartre. There are an amazing number of French notaries buried here in this 11 hectare ...