Appart Hotel Paris Porte De Versailles
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... Elysees to the Arc de Triomphe.
We then headed over to the Seine and walked down by the water for a while. Here we had these focaccia sandwich things for lunch. When we ran out of path by the waters edge we went back up to the road and walked by a lot of these little stall things that consisted mainly of paintings, souvenirs and secondhand books.
We crossed the bridge over to Ile de la Cite with the intent of going to Notre Dame but it was getting a bit ...
... square in Paris. We took a train in all together, and once we had arrived, it was as if we were salmon swimming up stream. Everyone was walking back to the station and we were walking back to the party that we now thought might have finished. Luckily there was one more act left, and still lots of people in the square. There was a Korean DJ on stage, and to my surprise he was very good, so good that I'm going to have to google him and find out who. It's was so nice that pairs puts on ...
... actual site. There is a large two storey circular building containing an extremely life like diorama with 360 degree views off the battle painted by war historians, and the sounds of the horses and fighting are very real. Outside in the actual battlefield there is a large mound with 266 stairs to the top where there is a memorial. From there it is easy to understand where the English, French and Prussian troops were located and how the battle panned out. The nearby ...
... the street from the Eiffel Tower and on the Seine but they have surrounded the building with greenery so it appears magically out of a sea of green.
My second museum of the day was the Musee des Arts Decoratifs which is dedicated to craftsmanship and design. I was just going to head to the Art Deco room but I was distracted by so many other pieces including ceramics, medieval sculpture, Art Nouveau furniture, 60s plastics and 50s television cabinets.
... For some reason, even though we had enough ingredients to make surplus food that we could take home for later, the chef threw out any of the extra ingredients. It was really weird. When we were making the dough for the tarts, we cut out 5 tarts, but then was still enough dough left for a few more, but he just wrapped it up and threw it away. Maybe it's a French thing, or maybe it's just him....I don't know. I was not a fan of that. Even though it was a more private lesson ...
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