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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Arrived in Paris around 2pm, had a quick stroll through some of Montmartre where we are staying fit the next 4days. Moulin Rouge is just around the corner from our apartment! We had a busy evening planned, with dinner at the Eiffel Towers Restaurant 58, this was an ...
... that is not going in my luggage for the next seven weeks!
We continued the length of the Champs reaching Place de Concorde at the other end which is also the sight of the Obelisk. There are several roundabouts around this area with traffic lights and is good entertainment inluding watching impatient pedestrians trying to cross in between the cars without waiting for the lights to change.
Our walk continued thru the Jardin Tuileries (gardens) with a stop ...
... in the loop and he proceeded to quickly braid a lovely bracelet all the while chatting about wishes, good will among all peoples of the world and what a lovely day it was. I listened in stunned silence, finger in the loop. When he finished, he tied the bracelet to my wrist and said “Usually 12 Euros….I give to you for 10”. I reminded him that I’d tried to say I wasn’t interested and he lowered the price. Finally, I offered him 5 Euros ...
... up the guide informs us that we were too late. We couldn't believe it. Even the look on Rachel's face didn't convince him to let us in. We didn't know what to do. To come all this way and not to see it?? We walked away a little then i noticed that the guide let someone queue up. We went straight back to him and asked him why had he let them queue up and not us? He said there was no guarantees that we would get in even if we queued. I told him I think we ...
... for a large number of statues and fountains; and, a little later, the architect Jules Hardouin-Mansart drew up increasingly understated scenic plans and built the Orangerie. Lastly, the King had all the projects submitted to him and wanted the “details of everything”.
The laying out of the gardens required enormous work. Vast amounts of earth had to be shifted to lay out the flower beds, the Orangerie, the fountains and the Canal, ...