Adagio Paris Bercy
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... we move along.
We had lunch at a nice restaurant across the street before getting back onto our bus. Paris during the day is fine--warmer then London. At night, about 8pm, the temperature drops and it gets really cold. We decided to grab some dinner and head back to the hotel.
Tomorrow, we head to Disneyland Paris to take a break from classical rocks.
Our sweet little chatterbox proprietor of our B&B had our French breakfast ready for us at 9 a.m. With some additional, but necessary, guidance from her on our route, we were off to see the city.
We headed directly to the Louvre via her suggestion. There are a set of streets that virtually no one knows about called the Passages. The Passages are covered streets that, ...
... from Shaylee's family as an engagement present.
Knowing the issues we had on our first day with the trains we decided to give ourselves plenty of time to get to the tour office near the Louvre, unbeknownst to us there was additional line closures and what should have been a simple train and walk turned into a mad dash through Tuileries Garden, completely ignoring the amazing sights of the obelisk and louvre on the way through. Thankfully we made it just before ...
... We had purchased our Paris Pass, in large part so that we could skip the line at the Louvre and go right in. Whether it was the later time or the rain, or a combination of both, there was no line and we were able to go right in. On our way, we had decided which things were most important to see so that we could make sure that we got to see them. Our first stop was the Mona Lisa. We had prepared the kids for the throngs of people but were pleasantly surprised ...
... the walk was a great way to get over the jet lag and stretch out after being stuck in planes for so long.
Along the way, we continued with our experience of French cuisine eating crepes from a stall in the Place de la Concorde.
The tour started at Notre Dame and ended at the Eiffel Tower. After the tour we had lunch at Rue Cler- so many cafés and other shops (fromagerie, patisserie, florists, and more!). From there we walked to the Arc ...