Melia Paris Champs Elysees
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... There are the graves of many famous people here, and with some difficulty (even with a map) we managed to locate EP (Edith Piaf the famous French singer), Oscar Wilde’s bizarre and controversial tomb (which is now bordered with a thick glass cover to stop people from kissing it and leaving their lipstick marks), and of course Jim Morrison (where there were some American guys smoking doobs, listening to the doors, and an older American lady bragging that she had seen him ...
... details and soaking in the love and gratitude we were feeling.
After another glass of champagne, we headed back to our little houseboat and crawled into bed for our first real night's sleep in a few days. The gentle lull of the river rocked us to sleep and is now enticing us to start our 2nd day in Paris!
All I can think is how grateful I am for this experience.... for my family, friends, music, love, and for JP.
... around 11:30. The queues to use the elevator to get up to the 1st Level were huge! The queue to use the stairs on the other hand wasn’t. It was always our intention to walk up anyway so off we went! We made it to Level 1 which probably took us about 8 minutes. We took a few photos and then started the next climb to Level 2 which took another 8 minutes. The view was breathtaking.
As we were taking photos, we noticed one of the security guards run off in ...
... periods of time. This giant castle is dripping in the finest decorations & adornment from across the world. There is almost no wall that has been left untouched - everything is covered in wall-to-wall colourful tapestries & paintings, statues fill every corner & the furniture is exquisite. Unfortunately, a lot of the art & decor was ransacked & sold during the revolution - so many of the original pieces are gone forever. However, when Napoleon took ...
... for the nearest chocolate shop and tasted more fine fare!
Another trip on the metro saw us home just in time to shower and head off out for dinner in the Montmartre area and a quick photo stop at the Moulin Rouge! This area is very dirty and there's a lot of poverty here which was evidenced by the illegal markets underway as we drove by whereby poor people sell their wares to other poor people...this area is highly populated with Africans we were ...