Premiere Classe Montreuil
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... and managed a few photos - bless him :).
After three or so hours we finally left the Musee d'Orsay and the queue had gotten even longer outside. We sat for a bit while I tried to locate where to go to next (or so I said as I wanted to sneakily rest my knackered feet).
Following the guide again we walked along the Seine and stopped off at the Bridge of locks, to add ours to the many. We saw this cute couple taking ...
... events. We ended up moving into 3 rooms, were promised at least a trundle in our room to come back and find no trundle as she 'forgot' where in fact they didn't have a spare trundle. Our first move they moved us then she tried to cover her butt by saying 'it's our newest room very nice, if you want to move into another room if will be on your backs' the first move they moved our bags the second move they refused to move them as we said we wanted to move to have 2 separate beds ...
... Tullaries gardens and see one of Rodin's statues. It is a 400 year celebration of the park. It is Saturday and there are lots of people visiting the park. We see Vendome Column carved with Napolean's victories and Luxor Obelisk. We take a bike taxi up the Champs Elysee to the Arc de Triomphe. We stop for icecream - OMG - huge - we cant eat them! We ...
... day of sight-seeing, seeing the Eiffel Tower lite up was worth it, plus, they still had it "glitter" every so often. We ended up sitting in the lawn to the Hôtel Eiffel Trocadéro to watch the display.
I will definitely go back again in the future. The views were breath-taking and well worth it. Could it even compare to seeing it in the daylight? Most likely, some of the mystique would be gone, hidden in the darkness. ...
Leaving central paris for versailles felt weird as i felt we hadn't explored all of paris yet. After an hour long line to enter we began to explore the french palace and all its glory. Sophie was in her element as she had studied much of what we saw. Equipped with audio guides we both found everything on offer quite fascinating. But the ...