Adagio La Defense Esplanade
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... Latin Quarter, past Notre Dame, the Opera House, the Louvre and the Arc de Triomphe. We then headed on to Versailles after dropping off those not doing it at the Arc de Triomphe. Julien showed us around the castle of Versailles which was absolutely beautiful!! We went through room by room including the Hall of Mirrors with natural mirrors (the lakes) outside and unnatural mirrors inside. ...
... a ten minute walk away. The secret was to go up the vast amount of stairs instead of going in circles on the streets. We eventually found the enormous chapel situated on top of a hill. We took lots of pictures and ate lunch there then headed back to the hotel. For dinner we had margarita pizza from a nearby vendor (it turned out to be just cheese) and called it an early ...
... is saying even though he doesn't know spanish, but it has so many similarities to italian that it's not a whole lot different
-Can't get rid of the green rain jacket; already come too far. It's a matter of principle now. And money. I got that jacket for $45 in the US; here it would probably be $100. Plus it makes me very visible, which is handy when I'm biking. It probably saved my life while biking around in london without me even knowing it
... however we had a long walk back. I think we were all thinking the same thing - we didn,t want to be soaked! Back at the batobus stop the rain had stopped, it must have been going in the opposite direction. It was a great ride, it was late (11:00) and we wanted to get home before the rain. I took the lead and led us home at a fast pace back to L,Emperur Hotel.
Another beautiful day in Paris!
til next time; keep on traveling!
... without a stop at the bookstore though. I have the Renaissance art book from my failed attempt at an Italian Renaissance class during Junior year football in college (Professor gave my an F on a test saying he couldn’t read my hand-writing. My response was peace out, and dropped the class. Classy move.) Buy a book analyzing the different themes of the museum, and drop in my backpack next to my Fantasy Footbal magazine, ...