Ibis Paris Defense Courbevoie
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There are so many beggars here, but the fellow on the bike had a wonderful and creative way of earning money, we were around the corner in rue Rambuteau having a lovely flat white coffee, made by Nini who learnt to make coffee in Australia, when this fellow passed us by. The suspended bowl is his begging bowl. We caught the train out to Stade de France, all so terribly ...
... here the tower was 100. Then a drive around Paris including down the Champ-élysées and around the Arc de Triomphe. Then back to the tower for our trip to the second level. The lift goes diagonally up the north leg and down the east leg. We went up at 10pm so it was well and truly night. The view was spectacular!!!!
We left the tour early as the bus wasn't leaving until 11pm and had another adventure on the ...
... and painted people with very long necks and bodies as well. The main reason for going to L'Orangerie was to see Monet's water lilies in two specially built elliptical rooms. They are beautiful. Visitors are asked to be quiet and take no photos. I found this one on the internet. If you google Monet paintings at L'Orangerie a map comes up with and invitation to see inside. Click on that and you can do a 360 degree virtual tour. As it was now raining lightly we ...
... French and had about 20 different flavors. Good place to stop for an afternoon snack with a most impressive view! After shopping for a bit, and finding a nice beret for Joaquin, we headed back to the hotel to get ready for our dinner show at the Moulin Rouge. The show is touristy but classic and fun! A great thing to experience once. :-) We sat at a table with a couple from Denmark and had steak and champagne while we watched the show. Fun night ...
We spent the morning and early afternoon wandering around Arles. Today was market day and the Arles market is huge. There were booths of produce, meat, fish, spices, candy and bread. There were also booths of clothes, shoes, plants and even live animals (chickens, ducks and rabbits). We found a creperie and ate crepes for lunch. After lunch we walked to see a couple more Van Gogh replicas before returning to our rental car. We drove to Avignon where we caught a 4pm train ...