Adagio Paris Bercy Village
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... and when it was all lit up at night, it really was one of the most beautiful things. We took a bike tour at night and got to see all the sights in Paris. Part of the bike tour entailed riding a boat around the river in Paris. So much fun. I got to go to beautiful parks and enjoy just the relaxed atmosphere and the weather was great. I saw the Louvre, but I did not brave it. I hope to meet Mona someday but I decided I wanted to focus on seeing the sights in the city since ...
... all of you who wish to travel to Paris. These people are relentless. Later on in a day a man actually put something he was selling in front of my face, blocked my path and grabbed my arm. It took me shouting "no!" at him for him to leave me alone. The obnoxiously rude people in Paris would be the one thing I would change about the country.
Anyway I want to leave you on a more positive note for this blog, because there were so many positives about the week. My absolute ...
... at the Batobus station. 90 percent of the boat was Japanese. There are tons of them, but they bring a great energy to whatever they are doing, all smiles! It was a great ride. Really enjoyable. We took pictures. Seeing the Eiffel Tower at night all lite up, seeing the city from a different view point. Then it started to rain. None of us had brought rain gear. We were sitting on the top and we all got downstairs under the canopy. It was still ...
... walking and on to the Seine and the Louvre. The weather was perfect – warm and still – and with the long twilight it’s easy to lose track of how late it is getting. However, the stomach always knows, so we plonked ourselves down for what was going to just be a refreshing drink and then decided to stay and eat; it turned out to be a good meal too.
Then as the Parisian lights had all come on we repeated our earlier ...
... from Shaylee's family as an engagement present.
Knowing the issues we had on our first day with the trains we decided to give ourselves plenty of time to get to the tour office near the Louvre, unbeknownst to us there was additional line closures and what should have been a simple train and walk turned into a mad dash through Tuileries Garden, completely ignoring the amazing sights of the obelisk and louvre on the way through. Thankfully we made it just before ...