Comfort Inn Rosny-sous-Bois
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We woke to rain in Paris but decided this wouldn't stop is having another exciting day sight seeing, but due to the weather we felt it would be pointless going up the Eiffel Tower as the views were limited. We left the hotel after breakfast, all wrapped up for the wet weather and made our way to the Eiffel Tower, La Tour Eiffel, which is located on the Champ de Mars in Paris. It is named after the engineer ...
... which has been going on over the last 8 years. Finally we visited the Conciergerie, which started its life in the 6th century as a royal residence, then became a council and government building in the 11th Century, but ended up from the 14th century onwards as a temporary prison for some high profile prisoners prior to their execution, such as Marie Antoinette, Ravaillac (Henry IV's assassin) and Robespierre (one of the leaders of the French Revolution, and the ...
... the promise of afternoon tea, that we headed out.
We caught the Metro to Concorde and then on to Madeleine. There were signs everywhere saying Madeleine so I had to get some photos. We looked at lots of patisseries but didn't buy anything and eventually we arrived at Galeries Lafayette - which is a massive department store.
On the roof of the store you can sit on a chair and look at the view. It's pretty cool. You can see the Opera House from the front ...
... the Champs Élysées where we were informed that the best position to be for the perfect photo of the arc de Triomphe was in the middle of the 2 lanes of traffic. We got ready with our cameras and as soon as there was a break in the traffic we new we had 35seconds to get in and get the best photo we possibly could. We continued on riding through Paris past the Grand Palais (where Coco Chanel would pay €60,000 to hire it out for 24hrs for her runway fashion shows) ...
... du L'est which he bought with his own euros. We had a bit of down time before our supper. We decided to try all the new cheeses we bought today - they were all pretty stinky, but good stinky. After supper Evan had his chocolate macaron and watched an episode on Netflix before going to bed. Brad and I are hopping to see the World Cup if we can stream it on the iPad. Tomorrow might be an early morning as the Bastille Day parade begins at 9am on the Champs ...