Hotel Arley Tour Eiffel
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... and since I was always my older brother's biggest fan and he was playing soccer at the time, I remember I HAD to take a picture to show him. Of course he wasn't very interested. But I saw the same soccer field and I laughed and thought it was a really cute memory. It was suuuper windy and FREEZING at the top, and as amazing as it was at the top of the tower, that was the moment I decided that if I ever come to Europe again, it absolutely must be in the Summer. ...
... watch. I want to see what others are doing. I notice there's a crepe stand as well as a Vin Chaud stand. Yummmm, I'm getting a Nutella and Banana Crepe with a cup of Vin Chaud. This is my first time trying Vin Chaud. It's mulled hot wine. And it is delicious!!! I'm a big fan of red wine, but hear it up and the taste becomes sweeter and my tasty. As I enjoy my crepe and Vin Chaud, I watch the people in Ferris Wheel. A quite large. I was thinking of gettin on it, ...
... we were overlooking the front entrance and due to the gaps in our old bedroom doors we could hear luggage being rolled and dragged across the pavement all night. Aside from that it was nice as hostels go and we were comfortable there.
We ended our day by having dinner at Bouillon Chartier. Yann had recommended it to us our first night and we tried to go for the past 3 nights but it hadn't worked out. We finally made it. It was really good. Authentic French food and the ...
... filled with zero sleep and
3 movies (a French movie with subtitles called The Dating Game and Winter's
Tale and Endless Love) landed us in Paris at 8:30am Sunday morning. Why is this
significant you ask? Because it was the final stage of Le Tour de France!!!! We
ran into Gretchen at customs, found the kind Tauck gentlemen with signs waiting
to pick us up (first class ...
Today is our last day in Paris. We ventured to the Musee de l'Orangerie http://www.musee-orangerie.fr art gallery to see Monet's water lilies amongst other famous artists paintings. Including some Renoir's, And Picasso's. I think both Molly and I enjoyed this a little more than the boys. I was a little in awe of just being amongst real (originals). Unfortunately you were not allowed to take photos of the Monet's but ...