Park & Suites Village Montevrain
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tour departing from L'Opera and running around central Paris. It was really good (again Rachel was not thrilled with the narration and talk of Love) and we got to see some things we hadn't yet like the Arc'D Triomphe. Great tour so we decided to eat and then do the Montmarte tour as I wanted to see Sacre Courer. Well yeah. Rachel started to not feel good and we decided to sit on the bottom. We learned many things on this tour. First, Montmarte is not the nicest ...
... power went off! well you can imagine the French all with their various opinions and cars all soaped up, was the stuff farces are made of. Needless to say we bailed out and headed back into Paris to the Palais Royal and a few games of boule. Paolo who used to work for Tim arrived and an hour later Margaux and Romain. A glass of rosé out of magnum you will be pleased to know David! Was a load of fun but then the problem of what to do for dinner ...
... bones of people that died centuries ago. Pretty cool.
Ate at Le Bistro Sainte Andre, had chicken and some kind of apple pie desert. Went on paris sewer tour afterwards. Tour is self explanitory; you spend an hour or so (or less if you can't take the smell) wandering around sewers under paris. Interesting stuff but the smell was pretty rough; reminded me of being in 29 palms all over again.
Walked around notre dame because it ...
... the entire length of the ridge of the roof. It is surprisingly quiet, as the trains today are electric. We were imagining it as it was in Monet's day, with huge iron locomotives, belching steam and throwing coal dust--it must have been so noisy! When our train was opened for boarding, we found a 2nd class car and settled in for the 50 minute ride to Vernon. Although we were in some tunnels, most of the ride was outside, through light industrial areas, older ...
... photo, the 3 candles are together on the right). Finished looking around & then headed back out to find Bron & Col. Walked back across the river to catch the boat, which continued further down the Seine before turning to head back down the river, beautiful scenery along the way, hopped off on the Louvre side walked across the bridge , turned left to cross at next Street & home for a drink of water & much needed cup of tea. Back on the bed ...