Parc Des Expos
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... a navette (shuttle), which was a city but to take us to La Defense. The issue was that we couldn't find the damn shuttle. There were like 15 people wandering around the station trying to find the damn bus. We finally found it. There was a guy who noticed my annoyance. He's like this is so complicated and they don't know what they're talking about. I'm like it's even more complicated because I don't know what they're saying since French is my second language. He then ...
... went well.
Louise and I readied ourselves for lunch at La Tour D'Argent (the Silver Tower). After Tuesday's lunch at Guy Savoy, we weren't at all sure that the experience would be worth the expense. Guy Savoy was 3 star, and La Tour D'Argent only 1 star, having lost two of its stars since 1996. However, we had already paid a deposit of 200 euro some two months ago, and so we prepared ourselves to enjoy regardless.
Ready early, we decided to follow ...
... the warmest weather that we've had in Paris yet. The last couple of days have had highs in the low 20s, but the next couple of days are suppose to get warm again, reaching into the 30s. We're headed to cooler temperatures yet again, and apparently some rain tomorrow. Might actually use our rain coats! We decided to cap off our day with a visit to Napoleon Bonaparte. He tomb is in the Hotel National des Invalides, which use to be a home and hospital for ...
... sounds simple but it involves carrying a 25kg suitcase down a flight of stairs to the metro, getting on the train and then carrying them up another flight of stairs and down the street to the hostel. When it was around 30 degrees. I was a bit melts afterwards. So I went back to my hostel and had some lunch and chilled in the common room until my shuttle arrived. The ride to the airport the airport was a little stressful. The driver ...
... once more we walked beside the Louvre, through the Tuileries Gardens to the l'orangerie Musee and what a wonderful collection of impressionists we found. The two rooms dedicated to Monet's Water Lillies swept us away each wall curved was covered with large canvases. They were truly magnificent to sit amongst. From there we set forth to Napoleon's Tomb and The Hotel de Invalides which apart from commemorating the various campaigns and figures of 18th and ...