Adagio Paris Bercy Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the day and were glad we did. We walked about fifteen minutes from the b&b to the Opera house where the bus stopped. It was great driving around the City and being taken directly to the major tourist attractions. We enjoyed some time walking around the Eiffel tower (again watching the 'cat and mouse' games between the Police and the transient salesmen). I wasn't so sure about my feelings for Paris yesterday but today I'm back to really loving it. We decided ...
Well, today's total was 9 miles! Hoping we aren't feeling it tomorrow. We saw the Musee d'Orsay and it's amazing display of impressionist art this morning. My favorites are Monet and Degas. Mom seemed to gravitate towards Cezanne. We'll see if anything changes after we visit l'Orangerie and Giverny in the next week. Following our museum tour, I was able to successfully re-trace my steps from my very first visit ...
... station which has a 36 metre high spiral staircase followed be a number of additional flights of stairs. Once we get above ground we then need to climb yet another two sets of stairs to get to the church itself. I sound like a steam train when I get to the top but at least I made it without tripping or falling. Check the photos to see the last part of the staircase.
After some photos it was back to apartment for dinner and many bottles of ...
... large, go by metro as often as you can, otherwise your feet starts hurt soon.
Going further in this unknown city I don’t feel as "not belonging here" and it seams to me as I’m not in any unknown city. Of course it’s different, of course they don’t understand you (even if you speak in English or whatever different language than French), but still… for me it’s the same as being in London or at home in Prague.
... be true. Like I said I was the last one in my line. As we were making our way to the security line where we had to show our bags, next to our line 4 Parisians were in line. One of which happened to be a teenager walking with crutches. His grandmother couldn't wait for me to pass her before she jumped ahead of me, even though she waited for everyone else to pass. We all ended up on the same elevator. They got off at the restaurant. ...