Mercure Paris Sud Les Ulis
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... We had been trying to get out for about 35 minutes. The next thing we had to do was work out which way was home. So we asked a young woman where the river was, and she pointed the way, saying,"It's just water". We decided not to attempt to explain that we were just getting our bearings. Once again, we've had a great day, Wok is already asleep, and I need to follow suit. We hope all is well with you. Love, Lyn and ...
We decided to skip breakfast and go to rue de Rosiers for a shawarma, the place is called "L’As du Fallafel". This is a very popular touristy place, particularly with Jewish people, we noted Americans, Israelis, French, English and Asians. It is reasonably priced, quick and filling. We then went to Sephora, an upmarket priceline, for Meg to buy some makeup. We are home now, putting up our feet and watching the siege in Sydney, we hope this isn't a sign of things to ...
Today was the coldest (9 degrees this morning!) and later the dampest day so far so we thought an indoor activity was a good choice. We walked to the Galleries Lafayette which is near the Opera House - in Rick Steeves book he suggests going up to the top floor and then walking a short flight of stairs to the rooftop for some great views, so we did! Although it was a grey day, we could still get quite a good ...
... and then rearrange the tables just so. It's quite a show and a lot of fun to watch them set and reset the tables and chairs. We took the Montparnasse tour twice to make sure we saw everything. We drove by Cafe de Flore and several other hotspots from the roaring 20s. Very cool to think of all the great minds who walked these streets. (And drank in these bars and passed out on these benches and probably peed on these ...
... driving we got to the hotel. We shuttled our baggage and my bike into the hotel and then I parked the car in the local underground parking for the night. The next day the parking was free and I'd be able to park on the roadside for free for the weekend.
By now it was getting late and we grabbed a quick bite to eat at a pub just up the road and then went back for the night and prepare for two days of sightseeing in Paris.