Est Hotel Paris
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... around 11:30. The queues to use the elevator to get up to the 1st Level were huge! The queue to use the stairs on the other hand wasn’t. It was always our intention to walk up anyway so off we went! We made it to Level 1 which probably took us about 8 minutes. We took a few photos and then started the next climb to Level 2 which took another 8 minutes. The view was breathtaking.
As we were taking photos, we noticed one of the security guards run off in ...
... with hanging padlocks off them. There was one bridge which as covered in padlocks people had hung along it.
We stopped and asked a couple of people where the flea market was but they didn't seem to know what we were talking about. There was one guy Eli was talking to, trying to describe what a flea market was and it was quite amusing. There was lots of gesturing and waving of arms! I took the opportunity to take a seat while the discussion was taking place. ...
... before heading to Suresne where they live. Another Metro trip. Montmartre is the arty part of Paris, on the sides of a hill, with narrow streets and lots of interesting shops and people. We saw more of the school excursion groups that seem to be making the most of the beautiful weather. We settled for a view of Sacre Coeur from below, rather than take the many stairs - another time. The little area at the base was filled with the usual touts and carnival, ...
... cello worth 5,000Euro and the bottom of the range 400Euro bow. The sound was beautiful and it was quite a special moment for Ella. Once we add in 1,500Euro for a hard case, and a ticket for the cello to fly home in it's own seat, we are slightly overbudget, though we have confirmed she is ready for a full size cello.
After savoury crepes filled with mushroom, cheese and tomato I insisted on another Metro shuffle to see the Eiffel Tower from a different ...
... for the quality of the photo here on the blog. Unfortunately the lighting in the museum and reflections created by the glass made it difficult to get a really good shot.
I spent most of the afternoon in the Italian painters section, and have included only a fraction of the photos I actually took.
In the evening, I took a combined boat cruise along the Seine, and a tour of the Eiffel Tower. I wasn’t particularly impressed with either, but was glad ...