Ibis Marne La Vallee Champs
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Walked to the Louvre with the intention of buying tickets for the next day or so. When we got to the Pyramid main entrance there were huge lines to go through the single security entrance. I asked a lady attendant at the gate where can we buy entrance tickets and she said inside. Whereupon she said if I can check your backpacks you can go through here. So we did and bypassed the huge lineup. We purchased tickets and went on to do a ...
... which is where we spent the night and their first French meal (crepes) and hopefully Phil can add to it.
P.S. - We've just arrived in Paris tonight, so we haven't done any real sight-seeing yet. Our campground is within the city limits and right next to the Seine River (i.e. is fairly central), so we've been able to see the Eiffel Tower lit up from afar, but not up close.
... we could zip around with our tour guide Zora. By far the Eiffel Tower was my absolute favourite by night. It is lit up but for the first 10 mins of every hour it twinkles like a Christmas tree. Just so beautiful! Segway was great fun but by the time we finished our Segway we were absolutely soaked. Our clothes were so wet and we were freezing so it was straight back to the hotel for a warm shower and into bed to prepare for our next adventure! Miss you lots but love you more! Mum ...
... I head into the crowds inside... thinking this could be very messy. Can't see her to the right. Can't see her to the left. Hmmmm. I go back out to the van man ... And Emily turns up saying... 'The McDonald's Menu is in French!' Certainly entertained the lot in the bus. (If she'd thought about it... she could have ordered French Fries....) A couple from California in the shuttle bus.... They had just done ...
... view of it. The tower doesn't light up until 9:45 and sparkles on the hour starting at 10, so we had some time to get settled. There are concrete stairs and a platform with a great view, but there are lots of people sitting and walking past so it's not a great picnic spot. Just down from these stairs was another platform that had music playing and about 50 couples were tango dancing - not a dance I've seen very often, so that was fun to watch! ...