Adagio Paris Tour Eiffel
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... du beau, ça semble être chose du passé! Cela étant dit, je vous propose tout de même de vous faire votre opinion vous même et n'hésitez pas à m'éclairer si vous y comprenez quelque chose!
Et voilà, Paris tire déjà à sa fin même si je dois vous avouer que je suis loin d'avoir tout vu (châteaux, musées, cartiers, etc.). Toute fois, je crois qu'il est important de mentionner que Paris a un ...
... he asked us about drinks. I wanted water and I know they will give you it from a bottle and it will cost much more than from the tap, but I didn't know how to convey that, to boot Norm got a Coke. Well our pizzas were great, but those two drinks alone cost us $16, yes dollar not euros. Another costly mistake, ahhhhh. After dinner we headed to the Louvre as it is just across the way from the restaurant for some night time shots of this great monstrosity. A good day ...
... it could happen, right?
After leaving the hotel we went on a mission to find an affordable lunch - aka Mission Impossible: Paris Edition. We checked the menus at various cafes and eateries and found that the average price for lunch was around 15 Euro per person, which is now equivalent to about 22 U.S. dollars. We wouldn't want to pay that even if we knew what we were getting, but especially not mysterious sandwiches containing mayonnaise and foie gras. No joke, those ...
... was good enough for me.
The Louvre is full of paintings and art of many different forms. We wandered throughout the Egyptian, African, Asian, Italian and Greek art then headed to the section where all of the sculptures were being held. I love painting, but I have to admit that viewing an art gallery which showcases only paintings bores me. They all follow the same theme; Jesus's love, Jesus's pain, life, death, ...
... thin parts of the marble. We got to see some of Marla's favorite sculptures: The Walking Man, Fallen Caryatid, Crouching Woman, The Kiss. Mark discovered the Gates of Hell (and attempted to walk through, but he was denied entrance pending a thorough review of his damnable credentials). He also enjoyed the Van Gogh. We bid a fond adieu to Musee Rodin and headed to Bastille for the start of ...