Kyriad Argenteuil Bezons
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... line was finally reasonable. There was no line, so I followed a woman who was going up to the restaurant, to skip the fee for the museum, and headed up to Georges for a drink. The view is spectacular up there, with views around most of the city. And the sun was setting, so it was extra pretty. Ordered champagne and people watched. There was a table of models at the best table in the place, up against the glass overlooking the city. Pretty sure they had nothing ...
... of Dubai a few hours later in daylight.
Paris always takes my breath away and I spent a couple of hours late afternoon having some aperitifs and people watching on the Rue de Buci. Still lots of smoking, notably among young women, and a penchant for Nutella crepes it seems. Buying a few provisions in the local supermarket naturally I bumped into a former literacy colleague from UniSA. It's a small world after ...
I hopped on the metro to the 5th arrondissement of Paris to find the Church of Saint-Etienne du Mont. On the steps of this church, where St. Genevieve is buried, Owen Wilson sat as the clock struck twelve and a vintage Peugot drives up in the movie Midnight In Paris. I am very happy I went here. The neighborhood is quiet and lovely. I could not go into the church on Sunday morning, so I headed over to the Pantheon, which is about a block away. ...
Today was a public holiday in Paris; some of the shops were closed, but there were also a lot open and still lots of people getting out and about. We had the best breakfast so far at a local eatery. I had eggs Benedict; yum yum!!! Next it was onto a bus and up the Champs Elysees to wait in line to see the Arc De Triomphe (The Arch). It was very impressive as is most of Paris. The queing up ...
... faithful to their love and they continued to exchange passionate love letters until Abelard’s death.
We could not pass up being in Paris and not visiting the Eiffel tower again. From all over Paris, it plays hide and seek with you. It is such a resplendent structure, and is visible all over the city, from the right angle. Of course you can see it from atop all the other major viewpoints around town, but you also catch glimpses just when you weren’t expecting ...