Adagio Access La Defense Place Charras
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... event of the day was a 3PM trip to the very top of the Eiffel tower. We had a guide that got our tickets and gave a brief history of the tower. We headed to the halfway point in an elevator full of tightly packed people. After checking out the view and waiting 45 minutes, we took another elevator to the very top. The top is 324 metres (1,063 ft) tall. The view was amazing! My only complaint is that it was extremely crowded. ...
This was the last full day that our friends, Ann Marie and Tom would be in Paris with us, so we planned to spend it with them. The start of the day was to be at the Musee D'Orsay and then perhaps a picnic on the Seine. David and I started our day as usual with our wonderful almond croissants and coffee the we joined Ann Marie and Tom and headed to the museum. We had a great time touring the museum but soon realized that we would take a bit ...
We left very early this morning for the drive to Paris. The weather wasn't very kind with lost of rain and fog, so we didn't really get to see very much along the way. We arrived in Paris around 4pm. Tonight we had dinner organised at Le Petit Zinc and had the best creme brûlée I've ever had. ...
Today I wanted to hire a bike and go riding around Paris. Apparently there are areas that are car free on Sunday so it seemed like a good day to try it - plus, it was sunny again.
So after breakfast we headed out to a Food Market that was just around the corner from our apartment. Mum said it was like Orange Grove on steroids. It was huge and had everything you could think of, including; oysters and a glass of wine and freshly made crepes. ...
The morning started with a warm pastry from the local Patisserie eaten on the terrace. Then we went to pick up our Paris Passes and got on the Hop on Hop Off bus. We decided to stay on for the full tour which took us past The Eiffel Tower, the Musee D'Orsay, along the Champs Élysées to the Arc de Triompe, The Louvre, Norte Dame and the Opera House plus many other must sees. We decided to see the Opera House. This was well worth it. The interior ...