Premiere Classe Saint Thibault des Vignes
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on Champs Elysee would be open though, so we headed there.
We had first thought to take the metro but the streets were fairly quiet so we decided to walk it instead via the Louvre and the Tulieries. Not too far into the journey, we passed a Starbucks and of course made a stop, our fourth Starbucks in as many days. We entered the Louvre from a different area than we did the last time we were here and were overwhelmed at the massiveness and beauty when ...
... work well, reasonably. There were no queues but who would have thought rendezvousing would be so challenging? It took us a good half hour to find each other!! Once inside though, wow. We quickly decided to go our own way's and meet up later ( which worked!). Roger and I had viewed the paintings on our last visit so wanted to see something different this time. I'm pretty sure you need a week at the Louvre just to see everything. We concentrated on one section of ...
... and our team jived pretty well. I was playing alot better than I had thursday which made me happy, and I actually felt up to playing physically. It started raining and feeling miserable though, so Luisa, Aine, a girl from Utah who I just met that day, and Miguel went inside to the cafeteria and we feasted on the things we brought for our picnic. It was perfect, because none of us planned anything, but I brought brie, jam, ham, and some tomato spread that I had in ...
... a single sign as to which leads to the Arc!! After about three attempts we eventually found the single tunnel that crosses under the roundabout. We hurried up the 284 steps ( spiral staircase) to the roof of the Arc where there is a tremendous view of the whole city. Multiple tree lined boulevardes lead off in all directions
Then quickly metroed again to the Eiffel tower for our Behind the scenes tour led by an actor. This ...
... in their hand, they bend as though they have found it on the ground and then present it to you. It will bring you good fortune, luck they say. Bemused you accept it only to have them return moments later asking for a small gift of money. I must say they are extraordinarily pleasant about it. So no more wooden babies, gold rings. I have one in my possession. Actually. I think the aggressive hawkers and gypsies have been thinned. ...