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... to other monuments. We visited the Eiffel Tour as well because, you know, Paris before heading back because it was really really cold. We ventured out again only for food. Frangipani pastries were being sold everywhere as an early January tradition in France (something to do with a King's crown), I enjoyed them thoroughly, they tasted like a less radical version of ...
... at the hotel at 2:45 to catch the tour. Most of the museums are closed on Monday's (I'll have to catch the Rodin another day) so I chose to go back to Bastille and just take a walk around. Again, today was really gray and cold. It was still in the high 50's early 60's. I took the metro from the hotel. I am liking this metro. It is easy and safe or at least it feels that way. However, I did take the long way to the area and back. That is not ...
... of the fine department store, Printemps.
Go into the store and figure out how to get up to the rooftop where we are rewarded with a fine view across Paris. Had another cup of coffee and a pastry as we walked around the roof checking out the view from the different angles. All very nice.
Took the metro to the Jardins de Luxembourg where we were going to find the grotto and have our picnic lunch. It did take ...
... stop was actually for dinner. It worked out well though. As we'd already eaten, we had time to search out how to get to the Arc of Triumph - this was tricky as it is encircled by about six lanes of constant traffic (no lines are marked but there were cars everywhere) and access is underground. After a couple of failed attempts, we found the way and got there just as the soldiers were finishing their salute to fallen service men & women which is ...
... it was more of a gold color like the Golden Gate Bridge, but no, it's like a grey/brown color. At the bottom of the hill, on either side of the river are more carousels, which of course we have to ride and get photos with the Eiffel in the background!
The lines are short and we are up on the 2nd deck in 10 minutes. Pickpockets are rampant here, Heather notices one outside on the deck and I noticed another scoping me out for a good ...