Novotel Paris Creteil Le Lac
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... quickly. We had to give that miss as there were other things on our itinerary for the day. Due to some reshuffling of our previous plans, we did a detour to the Opera House. We arrived there around 2pm to find out again there was a show on, and all tours were cancelled. Again we had experienced this in London while trying to do the tour at Royal Albert Hall. Think we will just keep clear of Theatres and Opera Tours from now on. Final stop for the day is Montparnasse ...
... large amounts of hay stockpiled for winter as we have seen everywhere in Ireland and Britain. There are still crops of browning corn not yet harvested. I presume it is being left to dry first. Most of the land we see is under cultivation, there are very few cows and no sheep to be seen. Piaf keeps me company as we cross rural France. I have told the TD that it is homework in preparation for a week in Paris. She has told me already to not even try to speak any "terrible" French. I ...
... keep people moving.) Pasta and chicken ... Delicious. And a nice view into a gallery. Saw magnificent paintings, marble statues. Heard amazing histories. Really enjoyed it. Then, I did want to see the marble horse statues .... 'Horses of Marly... G. Coustou'. Looked for these last time. Not really a good idea to be looking for something. I went down, up, sideways.... And then did it all again. Saw wonderful things on my journey... And stopped to listen ...
... art. We promised him macarons to sweeten the deal. He obliged. We had wrongly assumed that this petit musee would be quiet. Instead, we found a line outside the museum and had to wait for 25 minutes to enter. They did not allow photographs to be taken, and my description will not do these paintings justice. In the first room, there were four Monets, each the length of the wall it was situated on (the long walls were probably 56ft long and the short walls about ...
... in the city. We had a break in the beautiful gardens at Invalides before continuing through the building and along the Avenue des Invalides to the Pont Alexandre III. From there, we continued to the glass roofed Grand Palais and the Petit Palais, both of which we had seen from a different angle yesterday when we walked up the Champs Élysées. By this time, we were all pretty well exhausted again, but decided to make ...