Novotel Aulnay Sous Bois
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... Marceau ! The cemetery was huge and took ages with a map to find dead people! Steve and nat left early as they needed to buy things before heading back to ernee. We somehow all managed to meet at a bar before all heading off to the station. We got a cab as so much luggage. Was looking forward to not having to lug it all so my rucksack fitted in ...
After such an active day on Monday we spent Tuesday in our neighborhood and found some new areas and new restaurants while exploring new streets. This small trek required a late morning Kronenbourg to quench our thirsts. Sitting under the red awning of what had become one of our 'go to' places for an inexpensive cold beer I was officially welcomed as a local (bird) ******* on me! Fortunately it hit me and didn't land in my beer. This morning's new culinary treat was a Nutella crepe ...
... to having to change buses. I loved the street entertainment but felt sorry for the poor doggie that belong to the homeless woman. Black feet she took a bottle out of a bin to pour her tin of beer in to. Obviously the bottle is better and the can then she walked across the road to bath her dog in the fountain. I wonder what will ever happen to them. Another day closed on our Paris leg and Paris has a real way of growing on you. I'm falling in love and will be ...
... where she died from a throat infection. I think she was only 50 or thereabouts. She and Napoleon were divorced so she got the house and 5 million a year until she died! Apparently he divorced her because she couldn’t have children (she had 2 with her previous husband who was guillotined). She was also quite a flirt and I think when he went off to battle she used to hold parties etc.
Michael and Kyria were waiting outside for us and after getting a drink ...
... about 1330 it was 430 feet long and featured flying buttresses and 228 feet high towers. PIctures - Pictures - Pictures it's all I seem to take - I feel a little Japanese.
It's really hard not to take in the real beauty of this city - history is everywhere. Cleanliness is noted here in the tourist areas as compared to where we've been hanging our hat in the "sex" distritct that houses the Moulin Rouge Dance Hall.
From there we walked ...