Adagio Paris XV
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... back, not the euros he was looking for.
We rode almost the full big bus loop getting off at each stop to walk around. We got off at the Palais Garnier which is a large opera house now. It's beautiful inside and out. There were some street kids (all girls) selling news papers here that couldn't of been more then ten or even years old. With my giant camera out they walked up to ...
... where NO insurance company will insure any vehicle. Also, the view of the city from up there was spectacular.
Then we walked down the Champs 'Élysées to the Louvre, a pretty fair hike! That is where the Tour de France ends so it was fun to see. We jumped back on the Batobus, the jump-on-jump-off boat. Today was sunny, so it was fun to take the same ride as we did yesterday in the rain. And, it gave our dogs a rest! (7 miles and ...
... Luckily we got a good spot to take in not only the tower but the multitude of selfies, posers, photographers and one little Asian attempting to be a space rocket. Not until the sun sets and the lights come on do you really appreciate the splendor of such a massive piece of scrap metal. About a thousand photos later it was time for bed!
Early to rise we strapped on our runners for a bit of a workout and to see the city in a different light, not disappointed when we got ...
... seen and books we’ve read and started speculating about what was happening. In the end, we think that they were just practicing for Bastille Day that was coming up right away.
From there, it was a wet walk through the Latin Quarter to the Pantheon. This was an interesting place, although not entirely exciting for the boys. It was a cool building and there were some famous dead people in there (Voltaire, Rousseau, Braille), but we tired of ...
... after battling with the key to unlock the deadlock- for a moment there I thought we might be spending our time in Paris locked in there!)
We are staying under five minutes walk from the Barbes-Rochechouart Metro station. We headed there, bought two carnets (2x10 single tickets), and caught the train to Cite station. I thought it would be easy to find Notre Dame on the Ile de la Cite however I still managed to get completely disoriented so ...