Mercure Paris Plaza Pont Mirabeau
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... stupid people, the person had asked where the taxi was going to and she responded the airport - 'Zagreb Airport' - JC Yes - there is only one airport within 100KMs of here - JC". Anyhow that's when the fun really began, awaiting our 2HR flight to Paris where we then had only a 70 minute layover before flight to Mumbai. As we sit at the gate in Zagreb, I see Christine put her hands over her eyes - I look up to see ...
... sun was out. One of the first things you do on this tour is pick a buddy, someine you aren,t travelling with. I picked Lee. She is from South Carolina and came with her husband James. After ther Cluny I asked Lee if I could join them for lunch. in the end 7 of us went to lunch.
Before we entered the Cluny William took us on a tour of the neighborhood. The Cluny is right next to the Sorbonne and the St.Germain district, which is kind of shi ...
... beheaded at the Place de la Concorde during the French Revolution about 1789 I think.
Took the bus home a little wiser and had baguettes in the Tuileries Gardens along with many tourists and locals. Saw a little finch there who was visiting his home provided by the city. ( A bird box).
Walked to the Place de la Concorde and had a closer look at the fountains and obelisque. Then walked over to Alexander III bridge. All good. Then back by Metro ...
... It was after the lunch that Ashlyn navigated us towards the famous Pierre Herme macarons shop. We bought 4 macarons (pistachio, rose, chocolate and a citrus mix) to share and ate them in a square that neither of us can remember the name.
Once we’d devoured the little treats, we walked 2 miles to the Eiffel Tower. Just kidding, we took the metro. We walked the grounds and Ashlyn stood in awe of the tower as this was her first visit ...
... and others more monster-like. They were interesting to note on different buildings as we wandered the streets - Brad did take MANY photos of different masks, as you can see in the images below. He was experimenting with a photo-collage app!!
Having decided the other night that we would return to the restaurant La Table Bordelaise, where we ate on Saturday night, we made our way there to have a proper hot lunch as we will be on the train during dinner time - ...