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... the gardens it was around 17:30 so Mark took us to the Palace entrance where the queue was non-existent so we got in within 2 minutes! Unfortunately, it was so packed inside with tourists so viewing the rooms was quite troublesome. We didn’t stay too long in the palace, to be honest, I really enjoyed biking around the grounds more and viewing such beautiful scenery in some peace and quiet.
After we left the palace, it was nearing closing time so all the ...
Our hotel has a good included breakfast (but no where near the variety we had in Iceland). It is served downstairs in a nicely furnished cellar with stone walls and arched ceiling. After 'tanking up' for the day, the four us headed out to see more of Paris. We hopped on the boat again at the Eiffel Tower stop and stayed on for almost the full circuit, getting off at the Louvre stop.
We crossed over the Seine on the Pont Des Arts bridge, ...
... most unfair to everyone else who actually wanted to examine things at a bit closer range. We think they have invented a new dance - we called it the the Louvre Digital Bounce. Hold your device as high above your head as you can and jump up and down and guess what you have taken a picture of!
In spite of all this we are very satisfied with our first day in Paris. The rain held off and we had a pleasant lunch in Bvde de St Germain where everyone sits facing the street as ...
... Germain des Pres for Happy Hour! which continued into the Latin Quartier late into the night (well okay...late for us) We ended up at a piano bar and dancing in the street as we made our way back home.
Woke up late on Sunday and went for brunch at Macdonalds (hey.....it was good!)
Afterward we tempted fate by riding bikes through the city most of the day.Paris has virtually
free bikes ...
... the elephant, but didn't like what I found, so came away instead with some miniatures of Noddy, Big Ears and Mr Plod.
I walked from here to the bottom of Montmartre, but didn’t explore that area, as much as I would have liked to, but time was the factor. I had to leave a lot of things for next time.
I then wandered back to Place de la Concorde, where the Champs-Elysees ends, and jumped on the big Ferris wheel, Roue de Paris, to get a glimpse of Paris ...