Hotel Arley Tour Eiffel
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With a 7hr drive to Paris in front of us we were up and on the road impressively early given the late night in town the night before. We hit Lyon just before 10 and headed for Les Halles for brunch. Whilst we were clever enough to find the markets, I didn't think to see when they were open - with only a few stalls operating everyone managed to find their something special.
With the clock burning ...
... Cross. That might be why they're having a communism festival. I say might because I actually don't know for sure.
That also might mean that I need to get back to the airport a little earlier as many people may be going on vacation.
I took a walk back via a pretty canal. It even had locks in case boats wanted to use it, although I didn't get to see anybody on the canal, much less using the locks.
That guess about needing extra time for the holiday was true. When ...
We board the train, I heave the two suit cases onto it as you cant roll them on and we settle into our seats. They serve us lunch and we're off at 186mph to Paris for the next two hours.
When we exit at Gare Du Nord in Paris and decide to opt for a Taxi to our hotel. It was only 12 Euro which was worth it with the luggage. Our checkin was easy and the view from our room was one of the best offered ...
... witness his line of ‘wiggle’ cardboard furniture designed more than 30 years ago.
The Louis Vuitton Foundation in the Bois de Boulogne is set to open at the end of October. Today Gehry’s designs push the envelope and use innovative techniques and building materials unknown only a few years ago. In 1992 he began to use CATIA, Dassault Systemes’ 3-D computer-aided design software intended for use in the aviation ...
Paris!!!! Our first day to explore and we couldn't be more excited! We got up early so we could go to the supermarket to buy the adaptor! Unfortunately paris believes no one needs anything on a Sunday and so was closed! We went for a long walk and eventually found one that was open but of corse... They didn't sell adaptors. Instead we got some sandwich for breakfast because we also hadn't seen an open bakery yet. We headed home to get ready for the day and of course we found ...