Adagio Access La Defense Leonard de Vinci
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... one in 10,000. Not many!! There is a hotel in central Paris that costs (for memory), something like €10,000 a night. Crazy! You have to be careful when crossing the road (or driving on the road for that matter). The cars/drivers are crazy. They think they have right of way all the time. I've been getting the vibe of Paris that it's all either crazy rich and big egos or it's the kind of old feel. It's hard to describe. Something else that's rather foreign ...
... Sacré Coeur to view the inside. However, being open later, this experience we had to share with larger crowds, which makes the visit less enjoyable. We didn't stay too long, opting to go walking in the warmer evening air instead.
We headed back down into the Montmartre neighborhood to walk along the small pedestrian streets, still aglow with the light of Christmas decorations and reflections caused by the morning's rain. ...
... his element! We spent a couple of hours walking through the museum then headed to the big gold dome building that housed Napoleons tomb! After all that walking it was time for a baguette, a brioche and a glass of wine, at the museum cafe. Then back on the Big Bus. We travelled all around the city past the Louvre, Notre Dame, etc. etc., and then back to the Champs Elysees at 5:30pm where we disembarked and headed back to the hotel for a well earned Champers and an early ...
... with a private guide to better see and experience what the museum has to offer. Afterwards we went to Musee de Orsay, where we were able to again skip the line. This museum was devoted to mostly impressionism and realism, full of Van-Gogh’s, Renoir’s, Monet’s, and Manet’s. I enjoyed this much more than the Louvre, being able to see several paintings that I had enjoyed viewing in books but never in ...
... apartments for the furniture and internal decorations, it was amazing. The louvre was a great experience and for the most part we beat the crowds, we had some areas basically to ourselves but as the day went on it got busier and I realised how much of a pain in the **** it is to get caught up with a tour group! Ha! After the louvre we were a bit puffed so headed back on the metro to where the hotel is and had a delicious lunch at a restaurant in the Bercy Village. ...