Appart'City Le Blanc-Mesnil
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... and upward. No alcohol permitted in the park, I kept telling her until she finally capitulated and told me I was very clever. There. So we taxi to the park. And there are hundreds of people spread out in this massive grassed area, looking directly down towards the magnificent Eiffel Tower. Lots and lots of family groups, young ones, all different nationalities. All drinking. From beer bottles. Wine bottles Champagne glasses. No one seemed to ...
... view of Paris. From here you can see Montmarte and the Sacre Coeur, which was neat since I was just there!
We took the bus back to her place, and although it is not as quick as the metro, I like taking the bus a tad more because it allows you to see so much of Paris in a different way. We enjoyed a nice dinner together and then, both exhausted, went to ...
... all the couture shops are) and where L'arc de Triumph is also. After that we drove by La Notre Dame cathedral, the L'ouvre and so much more!!
Then to too off the night we went to a local bistro and had pâté and escargot for dinner!! I made lots of new friends last night singing and dancing and drinking lots of good wine! We actually ended up shutting down the restaurant and didn't make it back to Anna's house until 3:30am! I sang karaoke duets with ...
... maintain a wireless network.The library opened in December 1996 and contains more than ten million books.
The Eiffel Tower - We did not climb it. We did that last time. It is painted by hand every 7 years. For more (IF)'s see www.ieiffeltower.com/eiffel-tower-facts /
Apparently at the top of the tower they have a 'pick the colour for next time' competition and Hot Pink is winning. I said apparently.
... Stock Exchange or Bourse. After some poking around we found the first Passage. They are reasonably interesting with a variety of eclectic shops, including antiques, coin dealers, old books, As well as food, wine, restaurants and clothes. They are varied in appearance, some are reasonably ornate and well maintained, others are run down and not particularly attractive. There was one in. Montmartre that gave us the don't go in there vibe, so we didn't. It was a ...