Adagio Paris Bercy Village
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... bridges and pretty much anywhere you look you can still find some.
We stopped off to a street artist who was drawing pictures of the landmarks of Paris, so Scott and Adam got one. We walked along the canals until we got to the Eiffel Tower. From a distance, it was very unimpressive. But once we got close and could see ...
It was a very early start for those of us who headed to Versailles. We had our first glimpse of the Eiffel Tower out the train door at one of the platforms enroute. In fact, Daddy and I were nearly left behind!!
We managed to arrive before the doors to Versailles opened. Hundreds of others had arrived even earlier and it took an hour to reach the front of the queue. Luckily, we had some crossiants to munch on during our ...
... Eventually found one....along a passageway, up two escalators, turn left, straight on and voila....main entrance and Michael.....Five thirty and sag with relief....exhausted, feet dragging, brain and body not connecting...time for a glass of red and try and get head together.
Moral of this tale....Do NOT try to do the Louvre in one day! Was a marvellous day though. Longest time ever in an art gallery...new record set.....not likely to be broken!
... towards the Ferris wheel. We rode the Ferris wheel and got a birds eye view of the area. We spotted some Christmas lights. When our ride was over we went to check out the lights. It was a winter wonderland. This street is covered in lights and has shops on both sides selling hot chocolate, hot wine, waffles and crepes, walnuts, raclette and chocolate plus material goods. We walked down the one side and lost energy to do the other side. We headed home to have rice and chicken for ...
... it's worth more than the Euro. I ask if she'll take it. She leaves for a few mins to work out conversion. She comes back and says it's worth 5.15E and she'll take it. Julie saves the day!!
Four hours after starting our journey, we arrive in Normandy and check into our room at the home of a British ex-pat couple. The whole area was full of Brits. Linda, the home owner suggested we check out the town of Dinan, a small old town, complete with cobblestone ...