Once back in Paris (in order to fly out after isolation), we lucked out...finally something went our way. Our Marriott was at the airport, but right next to the airport was Roissy-en-France. A commune in the NE subburd of Paris with a population of 2,883. Part of the Charles De Gaulle Airport (formerly known as Roissy Airport), is on property that was part of the commune. This little historic village was within walking distance to the Airport Marriott.
Through out the village, you see historic pictures next to buildings showing you what it looked like back then. This is The Church Eglise Saint - Eloi. Then and now.
At least we were able to get outside and go for a walk staying well away from people and masked. (Though I took my mask off for the picture, you can see me holding it). Cobblestone walk ways, cute little houses with painted shutters, and a fair number of cafe's dotted this little commune.
As we made our way back to our hotel it was getting dusk out and all the lights in the village were coming on.
If you're on your way to or from other sights in France, do yourself a favor and stay a night at the Airport Marriott so you can spend an evening in this historic quaint little village. Unlike us though, stop and eat in one of the cafe's, they all looked so inviting, and presumable you won't be isolating due to Covid.
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