BEST WESTERN Gaillon Opera
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... Arc d'triomphe I got him to step a little more to the right and I think he was no longer under whelmed. Smack in front of him was the magnificent structure along with the mad roundabout that encircles it. We walked around the outside of the roundabout taking photos at each point and stopping to sit on the park benches, sometimes waiting for the tourist buses to remove themselves from the scene. We then made our way down the Champs ...
... around the top of Montmatre, visiting the artists area and having lunch up there.
About mid afternoon we set off for home, passing all the souvenir shops, and getting back about 5.
We met our new group at 6 and, amazingly, there are only two other treppies (plus the guide) doing the trip. An American woman, an Aussie girl, and our Spanish guide Andrea Gomez make this the ...
... getting luggage and through Customs ( we got asked NO questions, just passports stamped). Got the RER to Chatelet-Les Halles stop and got out. Our instructions to get to the VRBO Were a little wrong ( turned the wrong way on Rambuteau) but we sorted it out. Met by Alexandra who gave us tour of our little apartment which is exactly as shown in the pictures. Two comfortable reading chairs, TV and radio, queen bed, small but good kitchen with big fridge, and a ...
... floors - wow!
From there we walked down to get the 'Big Bus' tour (included in Paris Pass) that gave a good overall perspective - sat up top in the open...rather cold but great view!! Went past the Louvre, Notre Dame, Musee D'Orsay, Place de la Concorde then up the Avenue des Champs Elysees to Arc de Triomphe - around the Arc de Triomphe...not too scary in a 'Big Bus' - back down the Champs Elysees towards the Grand Palais. We ...
... Off to the Arc De Triomph for further views of the main thoroughfares, how do the Parisians negotiate that round about, it is an art that I am not ready for.
After that was the Musee De Orsay. This museum specialises in impressionist works. It was again stunning. We were again shattered with sore legs. We all decided to follow interests with Ben, in a delirium dragging himself to a few ...