Park & Suites Prestige Paris Grande Bibliotheque
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... same as in the Louvre: before admission each of us was given a mobile phone-sized player hanging in the chest, and one can plug in headphones to hear the tour guide's speech. The tour guide could be heard clearly by everyone without having to shout-- all she had to do was just to speak softly into her microphone. No tour groups would interfere with one another in this clamorous hall.
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... only two remaining original gates from when Paris was a walled city.
As we were about 2 hours in front of the others we had a drink at a nearby cafe and stood around for a while until we spotted 4 tired looking people dragging suitcases behind them walking up the road. Kisses and hugs all round, except for Alan and I who just shook hands!
Settled into the very nice apartment ...
Monday (July 28) I took it easy for the beginning of the day and then ended up doing a Montmartre tour later on. It was quite neat, lots of stories about famous artists growing up in the district and of course it is host to the famous Moulin Rouge. Apparently I missed out by not seeing ...
Keeping with our plan to combine some "culture" with kid-friendly activities, we started out for Jardin du Luxembourg, which was recommended as a great park to visit. It truly was an awesome park. We saw people practicing tai-chi, yoga, self-defence, fencing as well as hundreds of runners. The actual kids' park required a small fee but was well worth the price with lots of play apparatus that we don't have in Canada. ...
... with people enjoying the sunshine in the park) up Av des Champs-Élysées (so many amazing high-end shops, even car sales stores!?) to look at the Arc de Triomphe which is enormous and the sculptures all over it are amazing. We even managed to navigate the metro back to the hotel and had little break before finding a drink and some dinner at a cute little restaurant up the street that had an English menu as well as a French ...