Les Toits De Paris
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... with no food other than breakfast from 3 am.
Spent nearly 3 hours at the Eiffel Tower, took the stairs to the second floor of if then had to wait in line to get elevator to the top.
Walked down the champs elysses boardwalk and up to the Arc de Tromphe
Took cab to the Le Marias area to check it out, finally got some food from a bakery for our first official sustenance of the day.
Went back to apartment for a bit, fell asleep unintentionally for a ...
Spent most of the day traveling to Paris today. We arrived in Paris early afternoon, said goodbye to our great bus driver Arno from the Netherlands and headed out for our day in Paris. Gilles, our tour director, took us to a garden area near the Louvre where we had a great French lunch of salami, prosciutto, blue cheese, brie cheese, sheep ...
... but not of the same granduer as some of the Italian cathedrals that I went into.
So I biked around a bit more, looked at a few shops, listened to a cool quartet in a square playing jazz and then took the metro back to my place. Had a rest for a while and had a nice dinner of Biscottes with cheese and tomatoes, raspberries, carrots and chocolate. Mmmmmm.
Cecile helped me buy a ticket online and print it - I have just realised there is a tudor ...
... br> Due to the impending rally, the streets were fantastically clear. The bus driver going as far as saying that he was willing to pay everyday to have traffic like this. We saw a bonanza of sites including (but not limited to) the Avenue des Champs-Elysées, the Obelisk of Luxor, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Seine River, Pont Alexandre III, State de France, Petit Palais, Grand Palais and many other sites demonstrating ...
... museum Le Carnavalet which is an old Hotel (grand home) built by the family Ligneris in 1560. For about 200 years it has been the government archive storage and now is a display of the history of Paris including archeological finds and the collection of archival documents such as the 1598 Edict of Nantes, actually the 10 months later revised edict, which gave license to protestants ...