Novotel Aulnay Sous Bois
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... Seine and around the Place de la Concorde where we looked left up the Champs des Élysées and right toward the Louvre. We then drove up the avenue and disembarked at the Arc de Triomphe. We headed into the underground tunnel and up under the Arc. I'm bloody starving and faint at this point so it's back through the tunnel.. I see pizza.. Yes. Sit. Order. Eat with a view of the Arc de Triomphe. I really ...
... the torch that the Americans gave the French to celebrate the 100 years of their independence. This torch happens to be just above the entrance of the tunnel which tragically took Diana so now it has become a shrine to her. We then took the train to la Fayette galleria which we saw the dome and finally after 12 hours and 34810 (steps)27.6km) we collapsed in our room. Getting ready for bed & preparing for our early start to London tomorrow on ...
... see his smaller works, and I even got to see a Robert Mapplethorpe/ Rodin Exhibition. Over 100 photos and 50 small sculptures showing the human body in movement and tension. It was a bit naughty cos Maplethorpe was a man's man, and Rodin was a ladies man, and it shows.
But now I'd better tell you about lunching with royalty on Wednesday.
I'd got to a point where I couldn't spend another day wandering around city streets or Museum corridors. ...
... like a london fog macaron. I got to the gardens, found a good spot to sit and enjoyed my macarons, the palace and the grounds. On my way out of thr gardens I noticed a huge photography exhibit along the fence of thr gardens. The photos are current day photos involving WW1, such as arial photos of overgrown trenches, rusted helmets in the forest etc. It was a really neat im glad I discovered it. I made my way back to the hotel, I actually helped threes tourists who were lost and ...
... train. But when we were getting off my wobbly tooth fell out! When we got out of the train station we walked along a long sandy path to the Eiffel Tower and apparently you had to book to go up the lifts to the top and we forgot to book, so we walked up 650 steps to level 2. The views were amazing and we would see these little dots and they were people. My family was lazy and wanted to go down the lift, but I ...