Adagio Access Paris Tour Eiffel Saint Charles
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We're here. The TravelinTurners have arrived in Paris. After lots of planning and waiting we pulled up at Charles De Gualle International Airport at 6:20am local time…about 2:20pm Sydney time…pretty much 24 hours after we left.
The Hong Kong to Paris leg was tough going. 12 hours in our comfy economy seats trying to get some …
... knew that going in, oh well. After lunch we checked out some shops which were pretty cool - the Peugeot Onyx supercar is cool and John saw the Tag Heuer watch he wanted, but they would not reduce the price by $20000 dollars, never mind. By 5pm we were ready to get back on the red bus back to the Champs de Mars (our hotel is close by). We were both pretty beat, so we bought some fruit and had an early night. John popped out for a quick bight before we finally nodded ...
... all the theater, music and art events going on. With a nice sampling of each. No time because I had to get the subway. Catch the train. And make my way through French TSA for my 3:00 flight.
a couple of wrong subway connections. An easy train ride and a breeze of security and I had plenty of time to reflect on how tired I was and that I still had a long way to go before I got my hotel in Marrakesh.
But at least the end was finally in ...
... and drawings. One wing alone full of art is more than a klm long. Apart from the amazing pieces of art, the building itself is an amazing piece of architecture and art. The ceilings and hallways are simply amazing. You get a sore neck looking up, but you dare not do it as you may miss something. I have never been a historian or a purveyer of fine arts, but it's hard not to be impressed by this part of history. The down side of ...
... Our favorite restaurant was Chartier, one of the most iconic restaurants in the city. Our server made it such a fun experience too!
On our last day we rented a car and took a day trip to the city of Reimes, where all of the Champagne ...