Hotel Daunou Opera
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... straight through. This queue jumping is a very good reason to have a wheelchair - pain in the butt it can be sometimes, but for queues its generally a good thing!
We then have to wait for an attendant to bring up the lift. And I'm not sure lift is the right word for it here. This silver cylinder rises gracefully from the bottom floor, gets to the top and a walkway extends to the top floor, the gates open and the wheelchair can get it. It reminded ...
... to the Eiffel Tower for a look around. I didn't go up, but I enjoyed standing below and marveling at the immensity while basking in the French sunlight. I decided to spend the rest of the day in front of Notre Dame de Paris before dinner in the Latin ...
... s Tomb that served exceptional coffee and morning tea.
It's been getting progressively colder and my coat is not keeping up so off to the Champs-Elysees to find something more appropriate. On the way we move through marketplaces set up for the Christmas period containing various foods. Matt is in heaven when he sees the variety of items and just about wets himself when we happen upon a fromage (cheese) display that seemed endless.
We find my new coat ...
... and just a few steps from our apartment. Again we had an excellent meal and with close table quarters we had a great conversation with a Japanese American business executive from LA and New York. In Paris to close a deal to convert one of the major fashion industry leaders to all LED lighting, he was very interesting.
All in, we had blitzed Paris in 2 ½ days of playing ...
... this point), we made our way down the street to see the gorgeous Louvre just as the sun was setting. Unbelievable architecture. The clouded sky with hints of the sun's final rays provided the perfect backdrop.
From here we found a great French bistro where we had wine (of course), French onion soup (easing our way in), and Bruschetta. The food was delicious, there was a great band playing, and sitting under the red awning out on the ...