Adagio La Defense Esplanade
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On Friday morning at 11am I bought a ham and salad filled bagette at the local breadshop by the metro station ( to save me trying to find one for lunch later in town) and headed off to check out where the Louvre was and walk from there as far as I could in a couple of hours to see what I could see.
I saw a lot and took so many photos that I had to cut this blog into two parts.
I have already come to the conclusion that there is no ...
... we decide that this looks like a good place to stop and have dinner. We are welcomed by a lovely waiter who speaks perfect English. So far we have had not language problems at all. We sit and have lovely meal and wait for the rain to pass. We head back out into the streets and stop at a tourist gift store to pick up a few Paris icon gifts. Loaded up with our trinkets we head back to our hotel. Quite night in.....goodnight No photos ...
... Entree was lettuce, one slice of tomato, egg with a mayonnaise kind of thing on it, and that was about it. Main was Shepard pie and it was nice. And dessert, the best of all was... Wait for it... A bowl of Greek yogurt with a raspberry kind of topping on the top, and it was only a little spiral anyway not a lot. No body liked it so we basically got it and then walked out. The only good part of the restaurant was that it was very close to the arc de triumph and so we got to walk up ...
Got up early and went to Versailles.
It seemed absolutely packed even though it's now cold and nearly the low season. There were heaps of revolting (not in the peasant way) tour groups - a few cultural differences noted.
The Palace, of course was amazing - so opulent, that all previous places we have visited seem dull in comparison. Perhaps a little too opulent, in my opinion. We were all in no doubt ...
... after EACH PERSON.
We were on target however to start our Cycle Tour of Paris at Night, starting at 7.00pm.
It was terrific to see Paris at night, and certainly the best way to do it, they even included a 1 hour boat trip down the Seine as we drank red wine. We were blown away at the number of Parisienne's that take a rug a few bottles of wine and some snacks and eat out in the many parks, bridges and alongside the river, literally 1000's of ...