Hotel De La Plage
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the exit. We were a little disappointed to learn that the Louvre would be closed the following day - it's just as well we managed to fit in a mini-visit, and that we have been there before!
Takeway kebabs (yiros) with chips and a diet coke were devoured in our room - after another day of continuously being on our feet (this time for 6 - 7 hours), we couldn't be bothered going out for dinner. We caught up with the news on TV, and then called it a ...
... of mayonnaise, and munched as I walked. I walked along the banks of the Seine where many Parisians and even more tourists were enjoying the fine weather.
In July and August many Parisians leave on vacation and are replaced by hordes of tourists from all over the world: Japanese, Chinese, Korean, lots of Americans, and every stripe of European. So, one hears more foreign languages than French on the streets during ...
... hot footed back to position but the only way to get a good shot was to dodge around a big open top tour bus that planted itself right in prime position for the duration of the sunset!!!
Then off by metro to the Louvre which is lit up at night. The pyramid reflects in the water around it and at least four brides were there having photos taken.
Paris certainly is beautiful at night and I am glad I had a quiet opportunity to enjoy ...
... will return there to enter the crypt and the church which had such a long queue. I suppose the tourist season is building. Still on our feet, we ventured on to the Pompidou Centre. I am sorry but this building is so hideous I couldn't bring myself to enter. It looks like a construction site that was abandoned, but maybe sleep will soften my feelings towards it. Our last stop for the day was The Picasso Gallery which Emma was particularly keen to see and so ...
... Shakespeare & Co emblem. And yes I did buy a book :-) One of the places I wanted to visit was Laduree, which is famous for its macarons. The main shop is on the Champs Élysées and has a shop and a restaurant. We had some lunch and macaroons and then wondered a long the champs élysées. We are currently sitting in our hotel re packing our suitcases, trying to fit everything in! Tomorrow we leave paris for ...