Adagio Access La Defense Place Charras
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it's like a big mall. I'm sure glad I did! Well, when I got off the metro and into the big area, there was a lady that grabbed my arm to try to get me to sign something. We had just talked about these ladies yesterday, one person pulls you to sign something while another lady comes and steals your purse or wallet. She grabbed me, as soon as she did, I turned away to where my purse was and I like freaked a bit and pushed her away. Like don't mess with me, *****.
... thing that struck us was the size, the place was enormous and after a quick introduction we made our way to the 'back yard' to look at the fountains and stroll through the beautiful gardens. We had a baguette and a glass of wine in the garden cafe before exploring more of the gardens then headed back to the front to begin the inside tour. It was very crowded inside the palace with lots of other tour groups jostling for the best position ...
... I had one glass of champagne, but felt so sleepy after it, I then stuck to soda water. The nibbles provided were delicious - I even managed to tuck a couple into my shoulder bag to give to Michael!
Most of the time, I just wished I could get off and go to bed! I didn't feel in the mood for making a lot of conversation; it was cold and wet; and I was worried, because we were running so late and Iknew that Michael would be waiting for me! It was about 11:30pm when ...
... the intersection, on the road we just left. There's nothing else to do but go around again. Jane to the rescue again. Sure enough, the carpark ramp is where I predicted it would be and down we go. All goes well until I attempt to park the car. The spaces are narrow, of course, and the cars already parked are crooked. After a couple of attempts, My nerves are shot and I hand over to Rob. I find him a different car space and he parks the car perfectly. Done. We happily hand the ...
... to the Arc and the changing of the flowers and daily salute to the soldiers, which was at 6:30 pm every day, was still going on. Interesting!! We then hiked up 285 stairs (seemed like more, but that is what RS said!) The view is tremendous -- of Paris, the city, and the roadway around the Arc -- crazy traffic -- glad we did not have to drive here!! It was a tad past rush hour, although, I think there is always traffic here, but it ...