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... but still smoky and hazy. The lift has a glass roof so you can see where you are going or coming from.
It had been a big day so back to the hotel.
In the evening we went to the Eiffel Tower. It is even better visually at night!!! If we had a dollar for every 'selfie’ that we saw being take, we would be very rich. Every hour thousands of LED lights sparkle and add another dimension to its visual ...
... Sorbonne and one of the random gothic churches that appear (seemingly everywhere) in Paris. Dinner was excellent. Hilary tried her first risotto and loved it!
Plate du jour: The macaroons from Herme’s tied with the risotto pollo from Fuxia Restaurant beside Luxembourg Gardens.
Beverage du jour: A lovely Barolo with dinner.
Factoid du jour: The Louvre has a mere 35,000 objects on display.
Off to Madrid tomorrow!
Soo abit of fun with this entry! Sorry the last couple of ones were empty, ill fill them in when I can :) I took a buses from Truro to Plymouth, Plymouth to London, London to Paris. All for 50 euros! Yeoww Unfortunately cycling to BOOM/Portugal won't be happening this time. The tropical manifestation that's taken over the once was mossie bite on my ankle has gone down heaps, but its still there and it makes walking ...
... to stay reasonably dry. Off to Musee D'Orsay for the afternoon - an excellent Van Gogh Exhibition - Nev particularly enjoyed it as he had recently read a history of Van Gogh so he was able to fill in all details for us.
Have eaten in Montmatre both nights we have been here - excellent restaurants and handy to the hotel so we can stagger home after plenty of rose.
... hot sandwiches- M and family used to eat!). Tres delicieux. We really enjoyed Rodin's works, (including the Mappelthorpe and Rodin exhibit, nothing like some powerful naked figures to get your morning started!); he was incredible and made hundreds of sculptures, pieces that were beautiful examples of the body, but also pieces that told stories. And the museum is in a lovely garden with sculptures scattered throughout, including the building ...