Novotel Paris Orly Rungis
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Everything clean, new building, looks good
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... connection? Maybe I'm making it up but it wouldn't be a stretch.
Every part of the grounds is perfect. Every single tree is positioned in a synchronized manner. The chateau itself is obviously luxurious, enormous, over-the-top elegant. It's not hard to see why the french rose up against the monarchy after seeing the opulence of this place. My favorite tourist site on the trip that I saw previously was the roman baths; versailles ...
... s a lot of bones! And they are organized in weird ways. You are absolutely not to touch the bones. It's sorta creepy but sorta cool and very large. You eventually find yourself at a staircase and all those stairs you walked down, you now have to climb up. I guess there's a guard at the top who checks bags for stolen bones, gross. We had mcdonalds for lunch on our search for a suitcase for Cory. They were all expensive. We took the metro to the Louvre. We only had to wait in a ...
... here the tower was 100. Then a drive around Paris including down the Champ-élysées and around the Arc de Triomphe. Then back to the tower for our trip to the second level. The lift goes diagonally up the north leg and down the east leg. We went up at 10pm so it was well and truly night. The view was spectacular!!!!
We left the tour early as the bus wasn't leaving until 11pm and had another adventure on the ...
... oldest sets of laws written down in cuneiform in 1700 BC. It contains the presumption of innocence until found guilty and states that both the accuser and accused can give evidence. Interestingly one of the 282 laws states that if a builder builds a house, and it falls down, then he is liable. And I couldn't resist this sculpture of Blaise Pascal, one of the pioneers of the calculating machine, without whose work I wouldn't be able to do this blog! The Steve Jobs of his ...
... our favorites and why we liked them. Joaquin favors Monet and Tami is more of a Manet or Renior fan so we may not be impressionist art compatible. Next, we walked over to the Hotel des Invalides. I always thought this was an actual hotel, but that is actually the name of the National Army or War Museum of France. We started off touring the Louis XIV to Napoleon III wing and learned a ton about French ...