Adagio La Defense Esplanade
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... on a coffee ,Garry had caught me dozing in a corner at the marine museum so was probably a necessity at this point. It was currently displaying Tattoo exhibition I thought it might be interesting but I lost interest pretty quickly . We caught the Metro to the Arc Di Triomphe , it was a cool day and we had dressed a bit warmer . Thank god I had shoved a singlet in my bag for half way up the 383 stairs I did a quick strip and changed tops with Garry keeping watch on ...
... and excitement from the moment we entered. It was also my first visit to Disney, and I was utterly blown away: from the wonderful rides appealing to all ages and tastes (Star Wars! Dumbo! Pirates of the Caribbean!) to the sheer scale of design so even waiting in line involves ever changing sights, to the overall feeling of joy from everyone in ...
... or popular culture. There are just a few like Oscar Wilde, Chopin, Jim Morrison, Edith Piaf, and a half dozen others, that mean anything to people not versed in French Culture.
So there I was, on the side of a hill in Paris, feeling like an anorak wearing trainspotter. "What a stupid idiotic way to spend a beautiful afternoon in Paris", I said out loud, and proceeded to stroll down the hillside laughing at myself all the way to the gates of the ...
... idea of duct taping it to seal it. It worked! Three weeks in and its doing the job and holding up.
Never go to Paris without duct tape!
Emmanuel and Ellie brought their little kiddie umbrella's to Paris. With it being sunny outside and with us needing some bad luck, of course they have to open their umbrella's indoors. Between the opening and the closing and the trampling and the sword-fights, the handle on Emmanuel's umbrella broke off. ...
To finish off our amazing stay in Paris we went out a treated ourselves to a lovely dinner under the Eiffel tower – you couldn’t actually see it but it was just around the corner – still counts right?
Back to London for New Years and then Edinburgh the next day – no rest for the wicked!!
P.S Paris I’ll be back before I go home