Courtyard by Marriott Paris La Defense West - Colombes
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... and we were inside before we knew it. We ended up with pretty good seats, although they do jam 6 into a table which would be more comfortable seating 4. We got a full bottle of champagne to share between the 2 of us and polished it all off, except for about 1 glass. Because our friend Susan wasn't able to come with us on our trip, and the Moulin Rouge wouldn't refund her ticket price, they offered us a credit note to be used at the performance. When I ...
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We then visited Le Jardin Tuileries, a fancy garden that precedes the Louvre. It made me nostalgic because this was very close to the street I lived on for a month when I visited Paris about 2 years before. We sat on a bench to rest and watched a couple of adorable old French men play some game ...
... obelisk and gave us another view of the radio tower in the Paris sky. The square we were in was also the site of the execution of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette' by guillotine, which although sad, was kind of cool to be in. I know, I have a weird range of interests. We began our walk up the Champ-Elysees, the most famous street in Paris, but where we started was mostly all park and not so much cafes and haute couture shops. After agreeing on a restaurant ...
... like - I present the president of Uganda etc. The little clip loaded really doesn't do him justice, I should have got more.
The tower itself was a highlight for both of us, it has a real magic that you cant articulate easily but perhaps explains why it is so famous and loved around the world. Its shape is iconic and the detail on the lacy structure very aesthetic. The mood of the day and changing light takes it from a soft mouse grey in the bright ...
... to get to the Metro, he said, and it would let us right off at the boats). We did more of the up and down stairs and long passages until we finally got to the Eiffel Tower and from there we WERE
at the boat dock but OUR boat was the farthest one -- naturally.
NEW STUFF: OK...I have my second wind, a cheap computer and an ENGLISH keyboard, so let me finish this entry...