Novotel Evry Courcouronnes
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... joined us and we did a one hour Bateaux Parisienne tour. Interesting commentary aboard. Boys busy taking a thousand photos with brand new batteries in their cameras. Some great photos, some not so! Will upload the good ones later. A lot of traffic on the Seine - barges and a boat school, police, floating restaurants and live aboards. Harry and Lonnie back to the apartment so Harry could start his travel diary, while Ash and *********** ...
... spent sometime outdoors- had my baguette for lunch in Jardins of Tuileries. The highlight of my day was a cruise on the Seine at dusk, I can understand why Paris is known as the 'City of Lights'!!! Had my first trip on the Metro, I was a bit apprehensive but it was a breeze. Today was mass at Notre Dame - divine singing by a Gregorian choir. ...
Churches and queuing day !
Notre Dame is quite close so we walked down to have a look via ile de la cite , queued in the wrong one for a few minutes and eventually found the quick moving one to the front entrance and had a look around another , admittedly very big, gothic cathedral .
St Chapelle just around the corner was our next stop , another queue , in fact 2 but I doubt if there are more beautiful and enormous stained glass ...
... Louvre. Used the 'secret stairs' Octavia told us about yesterday and didn't have to line up at all to buy our tickets. The line at the main glass pyramid was long and we walked past it to get straight in. A bit weird to see all the high end shop, but particularly Starbucks under the Louvre. Spent about 2 hours looking at the fantastic displays. The museum itself is art. Beautiful. 2 hours gave us a small but impressive taste of the Louvre. We were told by a man yesterday that ...
... sauce. Evan loves duck and this was a great one! The sauce was so rich, but not heavy at all. Really delicious! We opted for a cheese course here. We had two cheeses: a goat cheese and another cheese that was like a sharp mozza, but the texture of an aged cheddar. Fifth course: apricots, ice cream, sage leaves, almond crumble. A light, refreshing way to end the meal. And that was our three hour lunch! Well worth it. After we paid, we wandered ...