Adagio Paris XV
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... the footpath! We put a lock on and threw away all of the keys into the river!! A bit touristy!! We kept walking and we were getting hot and tired when we found a push bike taxi and haggled with the man to take all four of us to the Eiffel tour for €20! It was a funniest ride ever!! It was such a hot day and the bike rider was in jeans and black Tshirt!! Eventually we got to the Eiffel tour and it was amazing! We walked upto level two! The views were incredible! We ...
... 7.50 for those playing at home) to Marne-la-Vallée train station which is a bit out of Paris but has very cheap TGVs to Lyon (even on le veille de Noël). Unfortunately this is also the station for Disneyland so I was once again so close to my dream destination, yet so far. I hope you’re reading this Uncle Robbie Slobby Dobby as I’m pretty sure the deal was : a trip to Disneyland, IF we grandchildren, a) learned a foreign language, b) finished school, and ...
... and did not see any other picture takers so I guess we were the only tourists there! We got back on the metro and headed for the Eiffel Tower and to find some lunch.
Another note about the metro, you need to keep your little ticket or pass with you as sometimes they will ask to see your ticket. This happened when we got off at the Eiffel Tower and those little tickets can be hard to keep track of!
The Eiffel ...
... changed. Up until now it had been sunny and warm - in the 70s. Today it went gray and cool, around high 50's low 60's and looked like rain. I got to the gardens early. People were using the park as we do: kids playing, adults exercising in a group with a trainer, runners, bicyclists and walkers. It is one of the largest and most beautiful parks in Paris. Most pictures in guide books and such show people sitting in the green chairs around a pond ...
... Hemingway and his cat whiile Max got all caught up in the cartoon cover of a Candide.
A beer & ice cream in the afternoon sun was the next stop while Emerson worked on her Postcards. Panicked we realised the girls had been left unsupervised along Ave Montaigne for far too long, we hoped a cab and met up with them just as Gab was talking Evie into another dent in the Amex, good save!
The kids and I headed to Chez Francis at the end of Ave Montaigne by the river, the special ...