Appart'City Paris La Villette
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... stairs...a stretcher with me on it, I don't think so.
Neither option appealed so I stayed on the bed moaning till the pain very slightly subsided and two hours later downed some more drugs.
By this morning I could get up and move but our last day here of frantic activity was certainly curtailed.
There was so much we still wanted to do ..the left bank, Champs Élysées, Notre Dame and shopping!!!!
Instead we found ...
... police cars every so often. Everyone seems to smoke in Paris but they are the only ones who can make it look so damn cool, the bloke a couple of windows below us enjoys his morning joint about 9am and doesnt seem to mind that everyone knows it.
We happened upon the Moulin Rouge yesterday afternoon, unfortunately we could not get a ticket but we came back later in the evening and enjoyed all that this seedy little area of Paris has to ...
... why they call Paris the city of love, simply for the delicious food. Seriously I've never had such amazing cuisine! At the Louvre, I got in for free because I showed them I was a student in Europe under 26...how sweet is that?! I didn't stay too long there but saw what I wanted to see - the Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo! I also came across this room on the way called "Gallerie d'Apollon," which I absolutely loved: it was amazing. The Louvre was really an amazing ...
... but who is complaining !! A german beer later I left the other two to have another drink and staggered back to the hotel to pick up the room keys - the long way around the lake as the short side was closed as all the new year fireworks are laid out there !!! Walts the restaurant was our choice tonight for evening meal - now this is more like it - silver service and posh table cloths !!! Veal carpaccio with balsamic dressing and beetroot and rocket ...
Don't come to Paris on Tuesdays - it's closed. We started our day walking across the Seine, along the Place de la Concorde to the Louvre. Saw the outside, but got no further. So we decided to try the Musee d'Orsay which is pretty much all that is open and the predictable occurred - lines so long that it would takes hours to get in, so we scrapped any thought of cultural enlightenment for the day and took off into ...