Premiere Classe Boissy-St-Leger
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... pick up my money wire (still dealing with the lack of a bank care problem), then went to La Fayette to spoil myself and buy a Michael Kors purse that was on sale :) I feel like that's the best souvenir I could get in Paris! The purse is beautiful, and so perfect; I love it. I then rushed back to my hostel where I met my friend P-M, and we went out to grab a bite to eat before I left Paris. He took me to another nice restaurant where we had steak and fries then ...
... contrast to our experiences in museums and in churches. When we were thoroughly chilled, we went through his house (no photos) and marveled at all the paintings on the walls--many were Monet's, but there were lots by his contemporaries as well. It is quite something to be walking down a hallway and to find a Renoir a few inches from your shoulder! The dining room was a classic French yellow and blue, and the kitchen was brightly tiled in blue and white. And outside were ...
After a delay in Singapore Nat and I arrived into Paris and to the welcoming smile and hug of Tys. Wow, it was fantastic to see him and to finally meet his girlfriend. He looks healthy, happy and very content with his lot in life. The relief I felt was immediate and so, for the rest of the time together, we are just going to hang out and have fun. We checked into our apartment ...
... the top. What a view!! After that we walked the Champs Eleysee...weather is much better today...warm and sunny. After lunch we went to Ste. Chappelle..a 13th century church with wonderful stained glass windows.The Cluny Museum was next on our list... It is a medieval site full of artifacts from all over the world. The afternoon sites were all within walking distance of our hotel so we have done lots of ...
... including armour. Grant kept saying moo & baa.....shoulder to shoulder moving through the palace like cattle & hundreds of Asian tourists trying to get photos of everything with them in it. It wasn't a pleasant walk . We escaped the palace & headed to the royal gardens. Our museum pass is meant to get us in but not today, it's 8 euro each because of the music show. Unfortunately the famous fountain show is not running today. Grant begrudgingly pays the entrance ...