Adagio Access La Defense Place Charras
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the dance looks like. Additionally, I got a really nice compliment from a random asian lady who told me "you look like you've done this before." Why thank you. I found out that there is a monoprix and a Hema (where I can find Amsterdam style caramel waffels.
After that, I went back home. I made plans with a friend to go to Bruxelles on Saturday and got train tickets for that.
Later that night, I went to Summer Love for the first time. We were not that ...
... very cosy feeling! That is warm! Small as is the usual and young happy staff. Owned and run by a young Asian firm from Singapore. More like a dining room really. Wine list was limited so I chose a Nero at 5 euro a glass and Jeff a Ventoux from the south of France for 7 euro! Both were quite good and interesting that they served the Nero chilled! Small tapas plates were chosen, hummus and tzakie, padrons those little green peppers one In ten of which ...
... the walk very easy. But is still a good hike up the champs past the grand palace to the Arc. Way bigger than I expected. We go underground and pop up in the centre and watch the traffic dance before us. Back underground and time to head home. Two choices await us. Walk the 5.6km back to the hotel or buy a hop on hop off bus ticket. By now we have clock up about 15km walking, feet are hurting and we are both tired. We figure it's around an hour and a half ...
... apartments sometimes rented by movie stars while in Paris. Due to the cold we took the metro back to our hotel to add a layer or too before our next walk. This was again in the Latin quarter and was about the French Revolution. We were taken to the haunts of the revolutionaries including the oldest cafe in Paris started in 1686, which still has Napoleon's hat which he left behind as he couldn't pay his bill. The cafe was a meeting place ...
... 201;lysées and after about a 2km walk found ourselves at the Louvre, and hence at the head of the Champs E. By this time I was having to beat-off the vultures circling above waiting for me to collapse from total dehydration, so we stopped at a little cafe and I inhaled a tallie.... Damn that was good ! We then followed the CE back towards the city and walked the full length of it from one arch to the other, until we found another ...