Park & Suites Prestige Paris Grande Bibliotheque
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... with a rusty nail half hammered in, the Chalk room, which was fun. I got to write my name on the wall. So now I'm part of an art installation in Europe's largest museum. How cool is that! There's much more and I'll add pictures to this post for you to view. Once I finished, I ventured back outside to hunt for the Louvre. This time, I figured out which way to go. As I'm walking, I approach another city forum which housed a ice skating rink, a Carousal, food ...
... been on my bucket list so we settled down to have a coffee and watch the craziness of the Arc De Triomphe. We were so hot, we ordered a coffee with ice but it was exactly that. A tepid coffee with a couple of ice cubes that lasted all of 30 seconds. The street side entertainment was great. Driving around the Arc consists of just going anywhere you want while tooting the horn as much as possible. Then add in some insane tourist who try to get their ...
... off. We have had much better service elsewhere and would rather tip someone who was more deserving!
We made it back to our room and now currently typing this journal entry. My feet and legs are still so sore and now my back is starting to play up. Tomorrow we might venture closer to the Eiffel Tower and then heading out in the evening to get some photos at night. Its 23:37 and probably time for bed. Until next time, goodnight.
... thought about lunch, crossed the
road and decided to eat in one of the quaint roadside cafes, where everyone
sits outside, facing the road and watches the world go by ,,,,,,,,,in this
case, the traffic.
After that came our Seine river cruise. We decided to do
the "Hop on, hop off" boat as it was the least expensive of the cruises.
What a lovely way to see Paris, from its river. We saw
all the ...
... there were many elderly French Military there. They had just finished a ceremony of some kind. It was a very somber time seeing all of the names written in the stones of the monument. We stroled along the Champ de lasse which comes right into the Arc. There are people and cars everywhere.We were looking at a menu which was posted outside a restaurant to see whether we wanted to eat there or not. A waiter appeared and ushered us ...