Ibis Paris Gare De Lyon Reuilly
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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 ...
... des Champs-Elysees. It's really nothing to look at like a museum, it is just a long huge busy street with shopping on both sides. Definitely a major tourist and locals hang out. As we neared the end we could see in sight the Arc de Triomphe, although I think we all thought we might pass out before getting there. Finally making it to the Arc, we stood in awe at our first real architectural marvel. The size of the structures are ...
... the Jewish quarter, and then checked out the Pantheon since it’s only a few blocks from out hotel. They are spending $100 million Euro over the next 10 years to restore the building. (Not be confused with the Pantheon in Rome . . . this one was originally built as a church but now functions as a secular mausoleum housing the remains of distinguished French citizens.)
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I don't think anyone opened their eyes much before 9am today, it took a further 2-3 hours for us all to get up and dressed, propper Paris living this is, strolling out to breakfast at 12pm :) A beautiful day we headed to the gardens near Roosevelt square with some supplies from Ave Matignon for a shady bite under a tree. A blissful picnic in the shade was only slightly tarnished by the parisian dog poop on my show, Rob told was an essential part of the whole experience.
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Took the Metro (7&6) to the Arc de Triomphe.. In fact it is right there as you step off the stairs of the Etoile station..a hulking piece of architecture built by Napoleon in 1805 after his early battlefield victories. And it's been marched under by a variety of armies..the Germans in 1940 and the allies in 1944. It's now the gathering place for Parisians at New Years Eve and victorious ...