Mister Bed City Bagnolet
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Security kicked out everyone in my room - very rudely! We were not being loud or even drinking - SO STRICT!!!!
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By Otis We went to the Eiffel Tower in the morning. Dad, Sebastian and I climbed up all of the steps to the second floor. Then we took the elevator to the very top. On one side it was really, really windy! To get down we took the lift all the way. We had a little picnic for lunch under the tower. Then we got onto a double decker bus and sat on the very top without a roof. Sometimes it rained! The ...
... pieces in the exhibits. Swoon! Gasp! There's a mix of new media and installations and visual art and film and something new and awesome around every corner. So, so, so great. (I could talk about this place for hours and will probably. Ha!)
Pizza dinner beside the river and an evening boat cruise. It was perfectly lovely, though the boys got cold. Disembarking just below the Eiffel Tower at night time we got to see it all lit up for the first time. C'est beau! ...
... topped my 'really' list. All of the art had deep meaning to the artists the signs said so good for them. Museum legs were getting to us so we headed towards the Jewish section which we were told by our bike tour guide was great to walk around on Sundays. Christine had googled the area and found what is the 'best' Falafel place ever... Ok then. The streets were bustling with people and excitement. We went towards the Falafel place and found a forty or so person line up. ...
... that is where we were heading.
Arrived at the 'Champs Elysees' along with 1,000's of others!
Over the loud speaker they were continuously reporting on the race and there was a big screen to watch too.
We chose to hang around outside the 'Arc De Triomphe' but we are sure the crowds would have stretched all the way along the 'Champs Elysees' without a doubt.
Ideally the best viewing position would have been on top of the 'Arc de Triomphe' but ...
... to the same job, and to see the same people. I want to be a vagabond forever.
Part of me wanted to cancel my flight back home and book one to Morocco or Iran. Maybe Guatemala. I wasn't sure, anywhere but New York.
I don't know how long I was on those steps, but it was long enough. A Parisian man walked past me and turned back around, asking me if I was alright in French. I smiled and nodded, wiping away tears. He asked me if I would like to ...