Park & Suites Prestige Paris Grande Bibliotheque
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... routine ensues chasing multiple kids in hopefully decreasing circles (and the obligatory call to Telstra). So anyway off to the river for a scenic etc and back to the said cafe - first Paris cafe et croissant, about two hours late! C'est formidable. Just late enough to push Emma, J and Mum into paying a cab for a very short ride (25E for about five blocks to appease ...
... t lots of accidents! We then walked down part of the Champs Elysée checking out all the expensive shops then down another street to the Eiffel Tower. This was a lot bigger than I (Cherie) thought it would be and of course there were lots and lots of tourists. Decided not to climb the tower but took lots of photos instead.
An interesting fact about the Eiffel Tower. Apparently the designer of the tower, Gustof Eiffel submitted his design at ...
... when you step several feet away. We learned that Monet would work on several paintings at once, moving to different ones during the day as the light changes.
Next adventure was a long walk down the Champs-Elysees which was full of shoppers, street musicians, and of course thousands of tourists. We ended up at the Arc de Triomphe which was commissioned by Napoleon in 1809. The Arc is engraved with names of all the ...
... guide. We spent 3 hours on the tower. Ben took us straight to the 2nd level and we walked around and took all the photos we wanted then we stopped at each side and he explained what we could see and gave us a history lesson. It was really good and worth the €59 a head we paid. Once the tour ended we went up to the summit, it was amazing the difference in the view from there for example on the second level we could clearly see Montemarte and Sacre ...
... stunning as we wandered through many wonderful displays of their summer planting. The park was very busy, how unusual! The gardens are actually those of the French Senate which now sits in the Luxembourg Palace.
Making our way back on the Metro, using our last tickets from our booklet of 20, we checked the bus stop from which a bus leaves and goes directly to Montparnasse TGV station, which is where we need to be tomorrow morning when we ...