Premiere Classe Paris Ouest - Nanterre - La Defense
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- Pets allowed
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... multiple entries until October. We can now travel freely. We left straight away to catch the bus to the airport, we were unsure if flights were going to be affected, but it all seems to be okay. We will make it back to Milan tonight. Glad that's all over. It is so peaceful and clean in Milan, we arrived at our hotel around 2245 exhausted, had a nightcap and into ...
Paris -part 2 Well, there was a small disturbance to the Paris morning as we could hear the noisy machinery of repairs to the old underground pipes in the street below. Today we decided to wait in the queue for the opening time of the Picasso Musee. After a about 45 minutes the gates opened and we shuffled in. The prices for entry are so reasonable, only €11, (a little under $16), to see an extensive exhibition of paintings of a world famous painter. The ...
... Mona Lisa. Last time I was there, there was an orderly file of people trooping past with an usher to keep things moving along. This time, a total bun fight. Its all hips and elbows to push to the front, get your telephone out and take a selfie. I reckon only about 10% of the crowd looked directly at the painting, with the rest staring into a telephone screen, while the device looked over their shoulder. What would Leonardo think? We also went and looked at ...
... shop on the champs des élysées. We walked to the bus stop down Place De La Concorde and through the Jardin Des Tuileries. It was beautiful I just wanted to pull up a seat and watch the sun set around us. We are now almost at Notre Dame where I will need to disembark and start the journey home back up Rue Monge (aka rue mon-gee) with my newly purchased Kusmi tea. Surprisingly I was able to buy English breakfast which I find odd as the French ...
... a double decker train, luckily to the right place. We got off at Arc De Triomphe which had a huge line. We agreed to take it in turns and wait 10 minutes each in the line. After Lauren had her turn first, she was almost at the front so she swapped with Chloe and went to fetch Claire and Jayde. We took 274 stairs to the top which had an amazing view. It was also entertaining watching the crazy French traffic figure out the round about ...