Novotel Paris Orly Rungis
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... surprising. Now off to our dinner river cruise, which is about a 15-20min walk from our hotel. We board the boat as soon as we arrive, which was good, as we don't have to wait around. Champagne on arrival is nice and a lil pre entree. So we were off sailing. We slowly travel up the La Seine looking at all the sites near the river that are light up. The boat is lined with lights on the side, and it blasts light so you can see the riverside a lot easier, felt sorry for ...
... in early 19th Century. It has among others, a painting the size of our apartment dating back to 1560. Mass started with the massive pipe organ instrumental and was all in French. The people sang very well and the priest sang the psalm. The Holy Holy and Lamb of God were in Latin but I was not familiar with the tune. It was a good experience despite not knowing what was said. The beautiful music helped make up for that. After grabbing a few things for a welcome bite to eat in ...
... quiet as there was a church service going on. It was interesting and there was lots and lots of things to do with christ. For its time this church stood out for me. Later we went back to Montmartre through its winding cobblestone streets and had 2 artists draw funny pictures of Hamish, Nic and I. After this we went home. Later that night we had dinner with the Australian family we met on the bike tour. We had lots of fun catching up with Hugo ...
... got a raspberry macaron and a chocolate one as well. Once he was satisfied, we looked through the various housewares and envied the chic selection of tablewares! The gourmet grocery selection was impossible to comprehend! They had at least 20 different kinds of terrine and foie gras, not to mention their elaborate mustard selection! We must have spent close to an hour purusing the shelves. Evan picked up some gummies for his friends and I found French puy lentils and ...
... attention spans, so it worked out well. In addition to Impressionist painting, we're also fans of sculptures, so we thought the Rodin Museum was also very cool. Auguste Rodin was a French sculptor that is well known for several of his sculptures. The one we recognized immediately was "The Thinker" which I'm sure most people have seen in their lifetimes. The museum, which is housed in a beautiful Parisian home in the middle of the city, was very unique and a nice change of ...