Adagio Access Paris La Villette
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... 19th-century headquarters. It was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano who also did the N.Y. Times and the California Academy of Sciences buildings here in the U.S. The foundation houses a collection of old film equipment and movie posters. Silent films are projected with piano accompaniment once a day.
... is part of the fun right? Especially when you have a very right timeline.
I strolled strolled through a big park lining a canal with amusement rides, museums and a cirque de solei tent. No food though and I was getting hungry.
I found a main street with a few cafes so I stopped in for a coffee to while a way some time while I waited for the restaurants to open for lunch. Alas, a cafe negro is just an espresso shot in a tiny cup. Lasted all ...
... provided Karen with a wheelchair and assistant so we could head straight to a taxi and I got Karen home to Montmartre at least for a few hours.
Karen had a rest while I finished packing then we grabbed another taxi to take us up to Sacre Coeur and La Place du Tertre. At least there she was able to see a little bit of Paris with the gorgeous view from the Sacre Coeur, and could sit in one of the cafes lining the village and watch the artists conning more tourists into ...
... pretty, stunning it is. The buildings are imaculant and so attractive, as are the streets.
Caught the underground to Mt Mage which is a chapel on top of a hull with a great view overlooking Paris. There was a service taking place but the tourists were allowed tobealk around the building to see it still. We then walked through the area where the artists sit and paint. Nevin loved this and could have bought a few paintings if the budget ...
... crepe) we could think of. We went back to our hotel and saw people from our group we didn't want to deal with (OOPS), so decided to adventure and walk another side street. Then it was like a mirage- this cute little cafe that said crepes on the window! We were so excited and were greeted with such a sweet French man who made us the most delicious Nutella crepe!
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