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... We got off at the Arc De Triomphe and after staring at it for a long time, climbed the stairs. The view was amazing, I couldn't describe it in words, but you can see the pictures. On the way down, clumsy me tripped down the stairs and hurt my leg. We took the elevator down and found the Metro station. I rested for a little at the hotel and then we had dinner nearby and came ...
... had booked us a Fat bike tour of some Paris highlights and this turned out to be great. We did this last tear in Munich but there it was called Mikes Bikes, but the same concept. So we had a group of about 15 folks and our young enthusiastic guide who provided us with history and humour for about two and a half hours. We saw: Ecole Militaire, Napoleons Tomb, Place de la Concorde, Les ...
We've had some awesome experiences this trip, met up with people and enjoyed delicious wines, but inevitably, we have bad experiences that become a less important part of the overall trip. This trip, we had a tough visit to the Louvre Museum, busting at the seams with people and no place quiet to hide. We've also had a hard time with the Eiffel Tower, but mostly because of the uncooperative weather, and NOT the ...
... market near the arc de triumph this afternoon on Rue Poncelet, had lunch at a stall and Meg bought strawberries. They were advertising two 500 g punnets for €5 so she weakened and agreed. Since it was the end of their day they gave her five punnets. We have strawberry compote, strawberries and balsamic vinegar, and strawberries with ice cream to go with the crepes ...
... a spicy, gingery, cinnamony Dutch biscuit flavoured cupcake), both a vanilla and a chocolate pistachio, a double chocolate and a salted caramel on chocolate - we of course will share the left overs for breakfast tomorrow!! We walked back to notre dame and Anna had been dying to go for a ride on the bicycle tuk tuks so we negotiated with two of the loveliest rider/drivers to take us to our hotel. Our driver was a young art student named Jean Luc ( read it with a French ...