Park & Suites Village Montevrain
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... that WE didn't stay at the grand hotel in Bordeaux - it is where the great and good stay!! And I also made a geographical correction in yesterday's entry - the Garonne river in Bordeaux has not yet met the Dordogne, that happens a bit further on and together they reach the Atlantic, and I think it is then called La Gironde. Our train crossed the Dordogne today, and it is a mighty river by then too. Off to sleep, and will just put up a photo of Michael's family....more photos ...
... we were cruising alongside the Seine, marvelling at the scenery, as you do.
The Swiss were greeted appropriately, and we lunched in the apartment, before Ubering back to the Arc, to meet the Louis Vuitton bus. We were due at the Foundation Louis Vuitton at 4pm, for a spot of gallery exploring. An amazing building, a cross between the Sydney Opera House, the Fremantle Maritime Museum and Singapore’s Art Science Museum. They had a pop art exhibition to view, and by 5pm we ...
Went to La Maison for lunch with Bea and Simon. My favourite Dublin eatery. Had Chaser-lay for the first time and it was delicious. Far too much for me to eat. Wendy had Coc au Vin and it was the best dish you could imagine from a French restaurant. Wine superb as ...
... idea at the time like urinal stands outside the train station. Convenient, practical, makes everything within a 30 meter (90 feet) radius smell like wee. A welcome aroma after a half hour on a train. What do we do first, Eiffel Tower? Notre dame? Luxembourg gardens? Louvre? Or maybe even arc de triomphe? No.. We went shopping. Chels has no room in her bag as it is and I'm pretty sure today's make up purchases are going ...
... s, but settled for an apple and pain au chocolate instead. Next we took a boat trip along the the River Seine, which we both found to be a lovely, relaxing hour of...sitting. The last few days have involved a whirlwind of activity, lots of walking and sightseeing. So it was nice to take a little boat ride. With views. In the late afternoon Joan finally got in her first Paris run, on the Champ de Mars around the Tour Eiffel. Parisians, contrary to ...