Novotel Evry Courcouronnes
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... is over 200m tower that over looks Paris, which is about 100m shorter than the Eiffel Tower. We arrived there by train, we enter the building trying to find the ticket area for the 56th floor. They kept having signs pointing towards the lift, so we caught the lift up to the 56th floor. Up there we find out we don't have the correct ticket, and need to go to the ground floor again. This time we are directed to the ticket booth (finally), purchase our tickets, then back up ...
... told to show the taxi driver the address and not to try to say it in French. I bet they speak better Arabic than French anyway. I expect I will see much of the hand held up to my face this week as the demonstrative way TD has of trying to silence me. First impressions of Paris after we clear the beggars, con artists and taxi drivers trying to get a triple the price fare before we get out to the taxi rank, is that is is very high rise and densely populated. We arrive at our ...
... But it is a very confusing place. Had decided not to worry about them... And ran into them. Love it when that happens! In a magnificent glass roofed courtyard. Sat here for ages. Just a beautiful setting. So I decided to leave after that. Back out into the Carousel Shopping Centre. Explored all the shops. Bought another wallet, Emily. For the big notes, just to be pulled out when needed. Out into the Rue de Rivoli. There was a market on. Wandered that. Saw ...
... painted each one to resemble his surroundings at his home in Giverny at different times of the day. So, one room is dawn to noon and the other is noon until dusk - very cool! The other awesome feature of the paintings was that they are housed in a room with natural light filtering in through the ceiling. So, when the light outside shifts it gives a whole new look to the paintings. There have been a few cultural moments in my life that have made me tear up ...
... effort to continue on to the L'eglise de la Madeleine which is modelled after the Greek Parthenon but houses a Catholic Church inside. The steps were beautifully decorated with flowers. We were surprised to find that we had stumbled upon a very exclusive part of Paris which was home to stores such as Chanel and Ralph Lauren and Maxims Restaurant. A bit more walking got us to Opera where we caught a Metro train back to Gare de ...