BEST WESTERN Plaza Elysees
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... ridiculously cliche. I loved every minute of it.
After Jonathan left back to the office, I had the rest of the afternoon to myself for more exploring. I decided to go in the opposite direction along the Seine and see where it took me. I ended up at the supermall Beaugranelle, where I walked among the stores just to enjoy the respite of blasting AC. When I finally ventured out into the heat again, I let the shades ...
... were out looking at the lights, by having picinics in the park, a real summers night!
After the tour finished 11pm, we got the tube back to our hotel and decided to have a nightcap first. It was a great way to finish an amazing day and evening.
WHAT A DISASTER of a nights sleep! The people in the room above us, decided to start fighting at 4am and it was really quite scary - really thought someone ...
... Paris established in the early 1600 s and refers to children clothed in red ( the colour of charity) who were cared for at a nearby orphanage. Wonderful produce! The fat white asparagus are in, artichokes the size of canteloupes, really fresh veggies and fruits and cheeses, meat and fish! Yum! So we decided to pick up dinner there Wonderful Scottish salmon (which turned out beautifully), fresh fingerling potatoes, māche and arugula and some raw veggies for salad, ...
... amp; you are stingy, too"!! He presented this in a hilarious manner, that made me laugh. The Place du Terte was busy with artists painting portraits of tourists, I grabbed a table outside of a cafe' so I could people watch & ordered a cappuccino. Soon an older artist stood in front of me & made a cutout of my profile, showed it to me & said, "20 euros"", oh hell no! Then he said, "10 euros", no merci.
A young couple was eying my table, so ...
... smaller, and lovelier imo, Petit Palais, also a part of the Universal Exposition of 1900. This museum was closed today. It's the place to see a permanent collection of the art of Paris. It houses a courtyard filled with palms with a nice restaurant and one of the better museum shops of Paris.
Afterwards, a walk through the 7e arrondissement with a view of the Eiffel Tower and lunch.