Suite Novotel Paris Roissy CDG
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... stores. MSP was the one I had most wanted to see, its 5 floors of fabric, from the cheap polyesters to €150/m hand embroidered silks. I didn't see anything I wanted there, but across the road at the Moline Mercerie they had some lovely fabric, a fine cotton blend, lovely drape, called frou-frou. I might try to track down the brand online. The fabric in store was €21/m which is an awful lot without a specific project in mind. It reminded me of liberty lawn ...
One thing is for sure, if we could get away without an alarm clock and get everything done, it would be a true blessing. With that not being an option, an alarm clock it must be! Today's alarm went off at 8:00 am so not a huge deal, but the idea of not having one on VACATION would be heaven. After showering and getting ourselves ready for the day, we took off in search of some breakfast on the go. You might be thinking, hmmm...what does a breakfast on the go look like in ...
... ages. After that we visited the concierge which is the prison next to the church. This is where the queen Mary Antoinette was held before she was beheaded. The prison was very gloomy and most prisoners knew they were going to die so that made the conditions worse. The prison was over populated during the revolution and that prison had almost 3000 people in it that we're executed. After that we came home to take a ...
... of paris, which was right beside the Seine and close to Notre Dame. We had to give it a try and yet many of the dishes were not classic canadian meals. And the beer was very expensive. But it was a nice break from the amount to follow bread and cheese we have been consuming. Following this, we went back to the hotel for a much needed nap.
When we woke up, we headed out around 630-7ish to find our picnic dinner and metro down to the Champs de mars and the difference tower ...
... need to worry about that. So maybe I wont go out drinking tonight.
After getting situated in this odd place, I decided to go for a walk down to Notre-Dame. I made it a few blocks, got tired, and rented a bike. Within a few crazy minutes of ridind on the road dealing with the insane driving of Paris locals, I was at the church. And once again, so amazing. It's celebrating 850 years this year, so they have some different things set up outside. I'll be checking all ...
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