Le VIP Paris Yacht Hotel
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... an interesting area to the canal close by. The area close to the Gare du Nord was at first dominated by Indian shops, then went to Sri Lankan, than around the corner went to some Muslim, even a few Chinese. Main part of the Bassin de la Villette Canal is lovely with restaurants and cafés lining each side and with gardens and play areas for children, as well as areas for organised sports. The large pool the children were playing in had green ...
... each corner or set of stairs had me heading the wrong way it seemed. I lost count of the number of times she politely asked if I wished her to ‘re-plan the route’ as I had moved off track. I persisted with the electronic device for longer than Lynda who reverted to the paper map with some success. The commentaries on the DS were good, once you found them… sometimes they began automatically as you entered a room, which was nice, other times there ...
When we got up this morning, Kathryne took her shower while I went for breakfast. Chocolate croissants this morning. Yum!
We checked the weather and since it looked like rain in Giverny all afternoon, we decided not to go there. Giverny is where Claude Monet lived--his home and gardens have been restored and are open to the public. I'll have to go to Giverny the next time I'm in Paris. ;-)
Instead, we went to the Marmottan ...
... girls and Dwaine and Jake and went into our allocated starting area - 4 hrs 15 min goal time area. About an hour later we finally started the race. We gave each other a hug and wished each other good luck as we ran across the start line. This was it I was running my very first marathon along the Champs Élysées in PARIS! The atmosphere was electric. The streets were lined with bands, brass bands people playing trumpets, ringing bells and crowded ...
... go anyway. ****** weather means less people right? Wrong. Got to the tower to find only one access point was open - and it was packed with people waiting in line. Looked like it would be a couple of hours wait. I looked at Julie, she looked at me, and we decided "Not today". Opted instead for a walk down to the Paris Military School, then over to Les Invalides.
The Military School was a bust - no public access. Les Invalides ...