Premiere Classe Boissy-St-Leger
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... It was actually a little apartment-style hotel so we had our own kitchenette and much larger bedroom area and bathroom. We dropped off our bags and went to go get food. On our first walk through the city we saw tons of pastry shops and cafes. Oh my goodness the smell was amazing! Have you ever smelled freshly baked bread? That smell fills up Paris (well, that plus cigarette smoke-- yuck!) Every food place had baguettes, lots with fromage (cheese) and jambon (ham), and ...
... in the last few days. Something we who live in a land of mostly evergreen trees don't see all the time. And the concert: well, first I did mention we went way beyond the pretty and touristy part of Paris to find this theatre. We knew this sort of area existed, but it is really drab, and sad to burst the dream of the beautiful centre of Paris! But the concert itself was great! The group ParisCombo is not unlike Pink Martini. And one ...
... about 9 Euros each. Walked to the first level which had a shop and some displays and then up a bunch of stairs to the top. Lots so stair climbing in Paris. Jodie would be proud! Fantastic views from the top probably better than the Eiffel Tower. Could see the tower, Champs de élysées, Paris City, and a lot of other things. Reasonably busy although it was still only around 10.30am so not too bad. From there back on Metro to Palais Royal Musee de Louvre station to go ...
... part of the gigantic collection. When we exited we were grateful to find that the rain had subsided for a little while. Our next stop was the Orsay museum with a bite to eat in between. Not wanting to stop for a long time or spend a lot of money, we grabbed sandwiches and coke zeros;), rested our legs/feet and got ourselves to the next stop. Again, with our passes, we had a short wait (10 min) and went to the best art museum ever. I can say we ...
... an intrusion, so you end up not seeing much from them. That was the same in both England and France. In Paris, there was a transport strike, and we've since been told there is ALWAYS a strike of some sort every week. We arrived at our hotel at 3pm, but our room wasn't yet ready. They had had a fire alarm earlier, as some clown was smoking in his room which set it all off, and had put them behind. So we met the Scenic Tours tour director, Nigel, who is an Englishman ...