Mercure Paris La Defense 5
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... the pavement watching the pacing parade and soaking up the sun. The major function along the length of Bvd St Germain seems to be food services. Just about every second shop is a restaurant. We did some more walking and window shopping, before catching our trusty 69 bus back to R. De Grenelle. We will eat out tonight and pack for an early start in the morning. We pick up our car at ...
... ahead of me and next thing I knew, I turned around and we were standing in front of the 'love wall'. I kid you not, tears welled up in my eyes and I was speechless. It was only a day before that I was having a little bit of a whinge to anyone around me that only having such a short time left in Paris was upsetting, because there were still so many things that I had not yet been able to see, one of them being ...
... you 9months to see everything!!! Crazy. From there we wandered down through the gardens and onto the Champs Elysee. Now we split up here. The four guys and I (I know crazy) walked up the Champs Elysee, whilst the other 3girls caught a taxi thingy kinda like a tuk tuk. and we met at the L'Arc de Triomphe. From there we then made our way to the Eiffel tower for 7pm
where our dinner was waiting. Very sore legs. I neglect to mention how ridiculously hot ...
... to central Paris is amazing. You can almost draw a line where the two change, from the graffiti ridden areas with many of the homeless begging on the street to the absolutely stunning architectural marvels like the Arc De Triomphe and the lavish Champs Élysées.
Paris is absolutely breath taking.... Yet a lot of people say its one of the least impressive city's we visit so I'm developing very high expectations early!! A drive around the city with a ...
... onto the 'Pantheon'. This was for a long time the most important building in Paris and we could see why.
As Paris is very big, we were already getting tired from the walking and heat so moved onto the Bastille monument (where the prison originally stood). This was definitely not the most exciting thing we had seen (nice monument in middle of roundabout), but was nice to be in a spot so historically important.
We made our way back on the busy metro and finished our day with ...