Adagio Paris Buttes Chaumont
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- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Pets allowed
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... through the streets of Paris looking at the various shops and back to the apartment.
In the evening Matt, Nic and I head out for a spot of night photography. The Eiffel Tower is beautifully lit at night so we while away an hour shooting her from multiple vantage points. I give Matt so photography tips and soon, I think, he'll be shooting better shots than me. Before too long the cold drives us back into the apartment for a warm dinner and bottle of local red wine.
... into the vast square formed by the three arms of this former palace. We got into a fairly quickly moving line, passed through a brief security check, and started out. Rick Steve's book and audio app have a high points tour of the Louvre. Getting there first thing certainly pays off. In the Ancient Greece rooms we actually had the Venus de Milo to ourselves for a few minutes (except for the guy and gal who came in just long enough to have the gal pose, him take photos, and then, ...
... chewing helped. Surprisingly we were only in the tunnel for about 20 minutes and then voilà, we were in France.
They were selling Metro tickets in the dining car so I bought tickets so we would avoid the stress of trying to figure out the ticket machine when we arrived. Again, wise decision as they were packed! We must be better tourists now as we also bought a map BEFORE we got on the streets. It took all of 30 seconds before we were ...
... am convinced that, while it might be possible to visit every gallery in the museum in a day, it would be impossible to truly experience everything in that time.
After wandering for an hour or so and seeing many statues, paintings and items of jewelry and armour, along with carpets and furniture from many periods of French royalty, I picked up a map to see if there was anything that I should definitely see on this first trip. Two items stood out immediately and I headed off to ...
... on that looking over the Tuilleries Gardens. Eli and I had panninis which hit the spot. Then we continued wandering through the fair and had quite the sugar overdose with fairy floss (in the old-fashioned way on a stick!), churros, lollies etc!! At the end of the fair was the ladder which twists around. You have to try and reach the top and you will get 100 euros. It looks easier than it is. Mike, Kyria and Eli all had a go and failed. The guy in charge did it ...