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... of frostbite. Half frozen we decided to hang in there and were rewarded with the view at the top.
After lunch we walked to our next tour – a Segway tour that included the streets around the Louvre, Concorde, Napolean’s tomb, several bridges across the Seine, Tulleries and the Champ de Mars.
The guides gave us a 30 minute lesson, there were 7 tourists in our party. I think that we were all apprehensive and a bit nervous. However, in just a few minutes we ...
... it is closed on Tuesdays, the only day we have in Paris. Bugger. We had a walk around the square and past the famous glass pyramids and through the Arc de Triomphe Du Carrousel, a miniature version of is name sake. Here I was again approached by the ‘picked up a ring’ scam. Seems popular. This time I just said no and kept walking.
Joel and I walked through Tuilleries Gardens which would be spectacular in spring and summer. There was some pretty cool ...
... seats in a freezing church didn't enhance the experience! Music was great. Having a coffee before the concert and a group of students walked passed us. Some of the kids were smoking and so was the teacher....everyone in France smokes....everywhere!!! Chantal met us for dinner and we headed to Le Zimmer apparently a very famous French restaurant. Food and atmosphere divine. I finally had an onion soup (funny they don't seem to put ...
... The bishop's palace makes a stunning background to this garden.
We then walked around the old ramparts which have been here since Roman times, and then to the bridge that crossed over the river Seine.
We had a magnificent traditional French lunch at L'Ardoise restaurant, opposite the cathedral before heading back to Ingrid's to relax for ...
... you could possibly need on Vélib locations, bike availability and directions. When the weather is fine (i.e. not raining) there’s no better way to get around the city without blistering your feet, especially if you wear shoes as unsuitable as I do. Be warned: one way streets are everywhere in Paris, and can make your pleasant journey a little more stressful, as can the cobbled streets. Nonetheless, it’s a much better way ...
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