Mercure Paris La Défense Grande Arche Hotel
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... day. Somehow, I missed most of the streets I was looking for; however, I still found my way. I did get distracted by all the adorableness that is the Marais, but forced myself on to the bird market. It sounds beautiful and was cool, but what the hell? Cages and cages of beautiful, colourful birds. I mean, the only cool thing about birds is that they can fly and so we've had to take that away from them. But it was interesting, and very crowded. From there, I ...
... Tower. These are below the north platform to the tower. There were huge wheels, pullies and counter balancing tanks. Once Louise explained how it all worked it seemed very straight forward. In the Eiffel Tower there are three double lifts in the quest (west) uest (east), and north platforms of the tower. The south platform only has a single lift. We ventured to the lift in the north tower to go to level 2 of the tower. That's as far as anyone could go today due ...
... after church and walked back to the apartment to have lunch. A big contrast going from the quiet friendliness and cleanliness of the chapel back out to the noisy and often dirty street, past a bar which is right next door. Walked back over the lock bridge, with its railings absolutely encrusted with padlocks, each representing a couple who have pledged their love and thrown the key into the Seine. The council are worried about this, as the tons of extra weight added by the locks ...
... a spiral staircase. The french sure do love a spiral staircase thats for sure! It was worth it though because we saw all of Paris from up there and we looked right down the Champs Elesee! We spotted all the places we had been and admired the beautifully stunning view of Paris. Afterwards we went home on the tube. We had kebabs from a restaurant down the road and did our laundry at the laundromat next door. Afterwards we went home and to bed! - Grace
... 8217;Orsay we got to enjoy the many beautiful sights on both sides of the river. One of the most impressive bridges you will ever see is the Pont Alexandre III with the Grand Palais in the background and it serves as a connector to the Champs-Elysees.
Our objective was the Musee d’Orsay. Feet getting real tired, we got to the museum, beat the lines for tickets with our ...