Au Manoir Saint Germain De Pres
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... 8220;French toast” for the boys & a “mixt crepe” for me....delicious……… 230;people everywhere, of course coats scarves & hats the order of the day.Lots of funny things to see for sure…….
French/African guys selling souvenir Eiffel towers hanging on large metal rings was definitely a standout feature at this location. So funny to see all these guys running thru the lookout areas & ...
... Eiffel Tower Restaurant. The views all over Paris were amazing, and we spent a good half an hour taking it all in. We even discovered that the bathrooms are coloured entirely red! When we reached step number 669, we arrived on the second platform. The view was slightly better than from the first floor, but it was so packed with tourists (shoulder to shoulder) and we definitely preferred the first floor. From here we spotted a huge painting by an Australian ...
... of Paris steps to climb and the view from the top was amazing! (Again, no queue with our Paris pass.) In anticipation of shopping the girls ran up and down pretty quickly, only to have their agenda dashed by Paul who insisted that we needed to go to the Trocadero for the final "best photo opportunity" of the Eiffel Tower! It was pretty hot when we arrived there, so having "looked" and photographed, we grabbed a quick lunch and picnicked in the park one last ...
... renovation, what we saw inside was stunning.... soooo much stained glass.
Next to the Conciergerie ----- very interesting as Marie Antoinette was imprisoned here before her execution. Soooo much history though unfortunately it's all been rearranged a lot since then.
Along the route near Ile de la Cite, the sides of the Seine were converted into Plages-(beaches) complete with sand and umbrellas.... though I needed to change into a long ...
... Andrew to brew a pot of fresh coffee! Sunset was around 10 p.m. but still light enough to fool us into thinking it was too early for bedtime. No wonder we wandered around bleary-eyed for days.
*The incomprehensible all-in-one washer/dryer machine with instruction manual written only in French (of course) frustrated us to no end. Andrew found the manual for that particular model online ...