Ibis Paris Avenue d'Italie 13eme
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... and then jumped back on. I was (so!) glad to get out of there. Bad costumes and plastic rubbish not the mention the typical European barging into and past you. It's safe to say day 3 saw me channeling the French, holding my ground (when walking crowds)and forgetting my manners. They seem overrated in France...when in Rome and all that ... We were met by the usual barrage of street vendors which we made our way past...avoid ...
... the gardens was not completed until 1710. Since then it became Europe's largest, most majestic and most luxurious palace, and became an activity center, a Center of Arts and the birthplace of new fashion and culture for the French and European aristocracy.
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... I heard a noise behind me. It was Jim falling off his Segway. He said, "I was looking up [at the Eiffel Tower]." I told him he sounded like Deborah Kerr in "An Affair to Remember." Anyway he was glad to have those elbow pads. He said it would have been very painful! After all that fun we cleaned up & the group went to a cafe across from the Trocadero for our final dinner together. The food was excellent; the ...
... at a lovely little patisserie across the street from our apartment.
We arrive at 8:30am (30 minutes prior to opening), and are welcomed by a line of at least 1,500 people waiting for the obligatory search process prior to entry (the Louvre gets over 8.5 million visitors each year, and at least half of those must be in the three summer months), so we settle in for a little wait. Once inside, the beauty of this former palace, and its stunning collection always takes ...
... and was not helpful. A few questions later, walk further up the road looking for a taxi or brave the Metro? Brave the Metro it was! We studied the map, took the line 4 to Concorde then swapped to line 1 to head to Hotel de Ville. A few nervous moments with drunks & seedy looking characters, but back at Mat & Lea’s after the short walk from Hotel de Ville with no probs at all. Lea had left us some yummy quiche, we were grateful for that. A late night after a great long ...