Hotel & Residence Mercure Paris La Defense Grande Arche
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... I spoke no French, smiled, and repeated in English. Phew.
Knowing that I jumped that hurdle (getting food) I feel very confident that I can organise some dinner too! But to be honest, the language difference is pretty much the most uncomfortable I have felt this trip. And, you know what? That is a good thing!
Off to do a few more of the classic Paris sights tomorrow. Including that tower everyone seems to talk ...
... near the Arc, so a short stagger down the hill and our day was done. Not sure how far we walked but it was a bit of a hike. The kids did a super job with only a few minor biffos over whose turn it was in the stroller. The next day - Monday - we headed for the Louvre in the morning. Jo's 4th trip to Paris but she had never been to the Louvre before. Again, the stroller took us past the queue (we can dump it now) and we were soon battling the hordes for a squiz ...
... dinner in the square. We ended up having dinner overlooking the Luxembourg gardens and then after which we strolled through it. We finished the nite with a drink at our new local and got a showing from the local loopy lady who flashed. Luckily it was tops and not bottom. It's actually quite sad really. All in all it was an awesome day! As I type it's currently 7pm the sun is streaming and I'm sitting on the top of a hop on hop off bus after a quick stop for ...
... theory if the bridge breaks again they will be the first or last to fall, while Lauren searched for Daves who stupidly put it high so we couldn't find it. We enjoyed lunch at a cafe with a great waiter down a side street and met an American couple whose son was getting married later that day, how romantic. We walked around more to see Musee Dorsay, the Louve and bartered to enjoy a tuktuk ride to Notre Dame. We got lost in the train station ...
... A small purchase from the Aesop shop and back to my neighbourhood for a little Campari and orange at the local bistro. Feeling a little lazy and not very hungry so into the cheese shop for a piece of Comte (thought of you Terry) rather a decent piece of 18 month was only 4.50 euro! Some radishes, cherry tomatoes and a baguette and I was set. Needless to say after my very early start, a very early end! Tomorrow awaits Steph ...