Hotel L'Adresse Paris
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... had slipped by without us noticing- we had fallen in love. Descending back to the first level we waited for the evening lights to come on and as the hand struck 8 o'clock we were cocooned inside a show of tiny little lights sparkling and flashing all around as the Eiffel Tower lit up. The old memories of an over-commercialised tourist had been squashed, the Eiffel Tower is now in the ranks of one of the best architectural masterpieces and sensory shows of our trip thus ...
... the waitress approached our little table ready to take our drink order. David held his breath in anticipation, Lindsay looked primed and ready… “Nous voudrillon l’eau du robinet.” The waitress seemed amused and pleased. LINDSAY NAILED IT. We looked at each other like we’d just won the lottery. David had never been prouder. The excitement was short lived, however, when the waitress then said something neither of us came close ...
... love, sealed with the obligatory kiss!! However, I am sure I will be able to test the theory on the occasional day.
We looked for Chloe's lock she had left a few weeks earlier for her an Anthony, but it remained elusive. What a surprise!
Going past the Louvre we thought we would go and take some photos in the courtyard with the pyramid. When we arrived the entry queue was only 20 metres long. I cannot explain this phenomenon but we chose to ...
... side ( and the actual Western Front where many WW1 battle fields actually were! # We have seen a very different Paris to what any of us wre expecting. We are stsying in the 19th Arrondissent which is on the very edge of "Paris City ". It's rough! Words that spring to mind. ..Hustling, homeless, Concrete jungle housing complexes, Graffiti etc. Yet I don't feel entirely unsafe and it is amazing to tale the 40min drive from here to the ...
... the multitude of visitors through the exhibits. With approximately 9 million visitors annually the museum is the most visited in the world.
We both enjoyed Dan Brown’s thrilling novel, The Da Vinci Code, so were fascinated to see parts of the Louvre that are included in thestory line.
The Jardin Des Tuileries (Tuileries Garden) provides a beautiful ...