Park & Suites Elegance Lognes
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... so I proceeded to do that with no response. I was about to give up and go back, when a nice man with a baby in a scooter? (cart? what do you call those things? my god i'm losing my english) told me I had to go around for tango. And so, I entered the dance floor.
Turns out that this was a legitimate dance floor, as in all of the dancers were pretty much professional. Complete with the extremely stylish 4 inch heeled tango shoes and precise improvisation, I got ...
... 1875-1947). We reached Conflans Ste Honorine and boarded the barge to sail for a couple more hours to moor for the night at Auvers, which is the town in which Vincent Van Gogh took his life, he had only been there for 70 days and produced 80 paintings, some of which are his most famous. We visited his gravesite in the cemetery up amongst the wheat fields. There were painting boards many positioned around the town on the sites where he had painted ...
... else again (see photo). It was in this room that the Treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919. The tour had flown by (despite being around 90 minutes long) but by then we were ready to get out into the sunshine. The Gardens were equally impressive, covering a vast area, with parterres, groves, statues, pools and fountains. The main areas were full of visitors but other areas were quiet and peaceful. We walked all the way to the Grand Trianon and ...
This was our last day in Paris. After a month of sightseeing in Ireland and France, tomorrow we fly home.
After a a light breakfast we headed for the far southwest side of Paris by Metro train. We got there plenty early in order to see the area sites and wait for Ziggy, Dayna's friend and now mine. Turns out in our conversations, Ziggy worked for a company that contracted out to the French Air Force. He was a flight engineer and a ...
... and saw all the major hot spots (e.g. Mona Lisa, Venus di Milo, the Sphinx) Ashlyn stood in awe of the building and the grounds of the Louvre. If you’ve ever been, you can attest that pictures do not do the building justice. You must see it to really appreciate it.
Once we were more cultured, we decided to find a local spot for dinner. The first dinner in Paris did not disappoint. We ordered black pudding that melted in our mouths and ...