Mercure Paris Porte de St Cloud
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... WWII. We were at Notre Dame at midday and the bells were magnificent. We saw the Pantheon where the famous French are buried, such as Voltaire, Victor Hugo, Marie Curie etc. We passed the Paris Meridian Line from which official world time was measured until Greenwich took over. Paris has a lot of wide avenues and open spaces. These were developed for hygiene reasons, military purposes and as a result of the French Revolution. Napoleon was afraid of Parisians so ...
Today was a slow day, eating and ambling, eventually riding some, and now writing this--anything to postpone packing! We had a slow start, spending some time downstairs trying to print boarding passes before realizing we weren't in that 24 hours or less window yet. We requested that the gal at the front desk make us a taxi reservation for very early tomorrow morning. We finally found Bagelstein open, and shared a toasted bagel with cream cheese. Even French bagels are ...
... Luckily we got a good spot to take in not only the tower but the multitude of selfies, posers, photographers and one little Asian attempting to be a space rocket. Not until the sun sets and the lights come on do you really appreciate the splendor of such a massive piece of scrap metal. About a thousand photos later it was time for bed!
Early to rise we strapped on our runners for a bit of a workout and to see the city in a different light, not disappointed when we got ...
... been here 30 years, he was jerky on and off the brakes the whole time, parked by the side of the road for a good 10 minutes after he picked us up trying to set the address for another couple in the GPS, finally getting it right and heading over the river. He missed a turn and went the wrong way up a one way street to their hotel, the woman had 5 bags and the back of the car wouldn't shut, until he gave us some of our bags back to go on our ...
... and I head for the equally impressive Gallerie La Fayette, (7 storey department store) Goz and Paul head for Avenue Des Champs Elysees and a hike around the city!! Then back to have a closer look around Notre Dame, unfortunately our run of good weather has deserted us and we all get soaked to the skin so back to the hotel for a bit of drying out and a rest before our next ...