Novotel Senart Golf Greenparc
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... and little pots of yogurt from the store down the street. Then we headed out in the gentle morning drizzle, via metro, to the world's largest museum, the Louvre.
The Louvre is notorious for having ridiculously long lines. We arrived just before opening, thinking that we'd get ahead of the tour groups and such. We approached from the far end of the complex and noticed a small line curling its way through an archway ahead of us. Great! ...
... taking my camera, IPad, sudoku and best beer ordering French, it may be a long day. We find Les Marche des Les Enfants Rouge. Easily enough missed from the street. They are four aisles 25 metres long selling mostly fresh or prepared food and beautiful array of flowers, including to our surprise, wattle. The Decorator is tempted but knows there will be more at the next lot of markets. We stop for a coffee which prolongs the delightful surprises that await. The Bastille Markets are ...
... and he charmed the pants off Anna not only with his charisma but also by racing at the lights and beating soph and daddy!! We started packing and then realised that we hadn't put our locks on the Pont des arts ( more famously known as the love lock bridge!) so we headed down to do that as the sun was setting on our lady day in wonderful Paris. Antonio and the girls went down to st germain des pres and had dinner while I packed but they brought me back a delicious ...
... of the men's. It was a great spectacle to see but due to time restrictions & a date at the Moulin Rouge we unfortunately couldn't stay to see the men arrive. But as luck would have it the office where we picked up our tickets & bus for the Moulin Rouge was right where the Tour de France went past! Imagine our delight when it was perfect timing as the cyclists arrived and ...
... the Seine.
As we hadn't managed to get a photo with all of us and the Eiffel Tower (the boat went too fast to take too many pictures) we decided to visit the Eiffel Tower again to get some more photos. We trotted along the Seine for a while, perusing the stalls that were open along the side but it was going to be too far to walk so we ended up catching the metro to get closer.
It was when we were walking along the Promenade D'Australie, of ...