Le Manoir De Gressy
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Continued as a seperate blog, as didn't want to 'over- photo ( but I don't think that's a word) the last one. After the cruise on the Seine, we bussed around to the back of the Eiffel Tower and joined the smaller queue to ascend. As we had tickets and our Tour Director, they let us in the quick queue, so it only took 20 mins. As the director said, "If you don't like queues, you won't like Paris." Up to the first floor where the restaurant 58 Eiffel Tower is. ...
... when in Rome... I mean, when in Paris!! I've never really been a pancake person, but somehow, when they're slathered in chocolate and stuffed with bananas, they're irresistible! We headed over to the Moulin Rouge around 8:15 for the 9 pm show. We thought we were too early, but noticed some people lining up outside. Not knowing if the seats are pre-assigned or not, we were concerned with being stuck in the "nose-bleeds", so got in line. The line went ...
... not having dinner ready, did I basically lie about staying back to make dinner, you betcha!! I just wanted some alone time. Everyone was happy!
It was after 10:30pm, I was starting to worry, but figured they stopped for a night cap, which they did. They met a soccer player & was chatting with him. I quickly cooked the chicken piccata & we ate our last meal in Paris, Jeff enjoying his Beaujolais & I enjoyed my Sancerre.
... straight to the Mona Lisa - OMG so many people to see such a little picture. Lucky they rope off the area in front of the picture or there would be a stampede!! We let the kids take the camera and get their picture with her, there was no way we were going through that crowd!! Funniest thing in contrast the largest picture in the Louvre is on the opposite wall - The David and barely anyone looks at it!!! I must admit I prefer Leonardo's Portrait of a Lady and Jean ...
... to add to our suitcases Before taking a tai back to the hotel, we went inside the Sacre Coeur. What a truly lovely basillica it is. Basilica of the Sacré Cœur Paris The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, commonly known as Sacré-Cœur Basilica, is a Roman Catholic church and minor basilica, dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in Paris, France. Opened: 1914 Height: 83 m Architectural styles: Ancient Roman architecture, ...