Beaugrenelle Tour Eiffel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that provides the caricature of the Australian abroad. They missed a treat.
Room after room of priceless artifacts and art again being viewed through the aid of digital devices. We bought a book and flagged the need to get the camera out of the bag, save for the shot I had to take of the people cramming into the room to take the photo of the Mona Lisa. No wonder she's smirking, she must think they're mad.
... boy as we were walking away from the Eiffel Tower one evening. We maintained each other's gaze until he smiled and I bashfully looked away. Who knows what language we both spoke, or if we were tourists or Parisian, but there was that intimate spark as we crossed paths over the Seine, with the Eiffel Tower glittering behind and the Palais de Chaillot looming ahead. Four whirlwind days in one city, which is and isn't many things, but I can safely say 'I love ...
... wandering around little alleyways and checking out cafes and the like. In essence, it was Paris in its simplest form. A great area. The walk ends at the Luxembourg Garden area, so I drop in there and rest my weary body with the rest of the Parisians relaxing on this lovely Saturday. Watch people playing tennis, chess and just lounging. I recharge my batteries to a high enough level and begin the trek to Notre Dame.
... time it was late afternoon, and we decided to call it a day, get back to the hotel and get ready for dinner.
Dinner was at a place recommended to us by the Williams in London - Chez Paul, near the Bastille. A very rustic, traditional, no frills restaurant, with real French cuisine. The menu was a handwritten scrawl in French, but thankfully they had a typed English version, because I would have probably ordered the veals head and brains by ...
Today we had booked for a tour to Versailles with a mini-bus tour and we were picked up at 8 am.The other customers were a couple from USA and a family with teenage children from USA. It took about half an hour to drive to Versailles, even though it's only 12 km from Paris, and the roads were quieter than normal because it was Sunday. The palace was incredibly busy -the guide said it was much worse ...