Timhotel Boulogne Rives De Seine
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... to the lovely Luxembourg gardens, picnicked in the Tuileries gardens, strolled up past the obelisk of the Place de la Concorde and along the Champs Elysees (this time bypassing the exorbitant priced coffee shops!) to the grand Arc de Triomphe. We walked across many of the bridges crossing from the left to right bank, and the Ile St Louis (this time bypassing the famous ice cream shop), and of course spent time in the lovely Latin Quarter and St Germain.
While we were ...
... and buildings lit up and all the people on the banks enjoying the night after the storm, (a very mild night) was delightful. After the cruise we toured the streets of Paris with an informative commentary by Andy our tour director.
Next day up early to get to the Notre Dame early for a tour with our local guide Phillipe (Gary couldn't hear or understand him, so made it up :-)). On to a walking tour of the ...
... soaking in (both literally and figuratively) the monument and all it's grandeur, I decided it was time to head for home and dry ground. I walked back to the metro, and at this point I am feeling my socks squishing, and realize that I still love Paris when it drizzles ;-)
Now I am settling in for an evening of French tv - they talk so freaking fast! I think a glass of French wine might help me understand better ;-)
Tomorrow I will ...
... itself is interesting because all of the mechanical systems are visible on the outside of the building. They are colour coded – blue for climate control, green for plumbing, etc. The escalators are also on an outside wall; we had a great view as we went to the top and had our first glimpse of the Eiffel Tower. We ended the day by treating ourselves to a delicious cake to celebrate Andrew's anniversaire.
... photos of the Eiffel Tower. Once satisfied that we have enough shots we head off towards the Arc De Triomphe for those who aren't familiar this is that arch that sits in the middle of that large round about that you generally see in movies. It is just amazing to watch all forms of transportation trying to merge onto this round about, we even saw 2 ladies trying to cross. I couldn't believe what I was seeing they were taking their life's into their own hands, but they ...