Adagio Paris Bercy Village
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... to show everyone an even higher space on the Tower. He led everyone to a space that happened to be on top of the restaurant. He wasn't part of the Eiffel Tower Staff. I had unknowingly highjacked a tour! When he counted his people he realized there was one more and that I had to leave the space!
I was on the South End of the Eiffel Tower. It was beautiful up there. You can see all of Paris. It was a clear day as well. I ...
... the museum. I first got to pack myself on the metro like a can of sardines with the rush hour crowd. On the inside, the Louvre is even bigger than the outside. It is just huge. There are 3 sections of the palace, each with 3 floors. And these floors go on forever. I could easily spend all day here. I immediately went to the Mona Lisa and saw the unflattering piece. It really isn't that special but I knew I had to see it. For awhile, I was walking around the beautiful painting and ...
... Had a great meal with Jess and Toby for our last night together. Jess tried snails and liked them and our lovely French waitress was very obliging and gave the shells to Jess as a souvenign! It was sad saying Au Revoir to them as they left for Italy the next day.
One of the highlights of France, apart from seeing Jess and Toby was our trip to Normandy on the west coast to see the beaches where the D Day landing of US troops and allies ...
... is not wanted, and be a perfect nuisance, and make people mad, and have things thrown at his head, then he feels his day has not been wasted.He came and sat down on things, just when they were wanted to be packed; and he laboured under the fixed belief that, whenever Harris or George reached out their hand for anything, it was his cold, damp nose that they wanted. He put his leg into the jam, and ...
... We decide to spend the night quietly and in (both tired) and get up tomorrow to do the free walking tour which means we have to catch a train more towards the city (but with the train station so close we don't mind at all). I've come back to write this a week after Paris so I don't remember much now. We did the free walking tour on Wednesday which was good and we then walked to the Eiffel Tower to get photos. On Thursday and Friday ...