BEST WESTERN Plaza Elysees
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Sunday morning, (11/4/12), Haley and I wanted to get an early start so we could get a lot done. We began our day at the Pantheon around 1pm, (definitely an early morning). It was cloudy and grey as usual, but still not too bad a day in Paris. The Pantheon sits on the top of a small hill in Paris. Looking out from the front of the building, there is a clear view of the Eiffel Tower. The Pantheon is a Roman and Boroque-style church ...
... Italy/ Spain/ Egypt/ New York/ Greece/ Turkey/ England." The line to get in was rediculously long as was expected, snaking around the quadrangle until the entrance of the museum at the glass Pyramid, and my Kindle came in handy for killing time once again. It was a very fast moving line and within 45 minutes I was inside, only to join another line for 10 minutes to get my ticket. Seeing the Mona Lisa was my main objective, as it was ...
Toni decided to spend the morning at the Luxembourg Gardens, where she also caught up with and said "au revoir" to Aurelie. It had been great to have been able to see so much of Aurelie while we were in Paris, and to meet her family, and it was sad to have to say good-bye, but only for now, as we both knew we would meet again - either in Australia or back in Paris!
Later in the afternoon we met in a lovely little cafe just across from the gardens, ...
A few days ago Heather spotted an add for the French Air and Space Museum, so we thought we would head out for a look today. And, like yesterday it involved a bit of traveling. This time catching the RER out to Le Bourgot station, then catching a bus out to Le Bourgot airport. This is still a functioning airfield and the is the one Charles Lindbergh landed at after his solo trans Atlantic flight. Nowadays it looks to be full of private and corporate jets.
I think we have ...
... it was bigger than I thought. I'm still not sure if I like up or not. Its both elegant and ugly at the same time. The actual engineering of it is standard but impressive. I don't know what to think, well I do have a strong stance on its light show, but I'll get to that later. Walking the kilometre long park to its base, the thing just kept growing, and once at its base the thing was just shear impressive purely by its size. There was some sort of construction going on at its ...
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