Quality Hotel Golf Rosny Sous Bois
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... as soon as the doors opened I ran off directly for the trash can. Not pretty. So that plan failed. We went back to the hostel and I slept until the afternoon. Once the afternoon came around, we tried round two. We went down to the bar and I tried to eat a salad. Then we finally make it to the Louvre around 5:30 pm. It was a nice surprise when we got there because since we were students, we just had to show our passports and the whole entire huge ...
... and went through a bottle of wine we had more food, then more food. We then headed to the games arcade and played air hockey and pool to kill some time. Imogen almost beat me in a game of pool which would have been a bit demoralising but I just scraped home for the win. She would had never let me live it down. Back to the hotel ...
... hour of lining up we finally got the elevator to the top which was even more amazing. This was my 3rd time to the Eiffel Tower and the first time I've been to the top. Totally worth the wait.
Had some lunch then went for a stroll down near Notre Dame. Did some souvenir shopping and went to the bridge of locks. This is a bridge where every square centimetre of the railings is covered in locks that people put ...
... gigantic building, then you walk through a passageway into a big square courtyard with the building going all around you. Go through another passageway and the building spreads out into an enormous block U with the pyramids in the middle. It has 652,000 sq ft of exhibit space and is quite a site to see! We didn't go inside though - if I'm going to an art museum here my pick is the d'orsay with all of the impressionist paintings. Gorgeous building, ...
... of peace after the guillotine reigned here in the French revolution). A 3200 year old Egyptian obelisk replaced the guillotine; in the distance, we saw the iconic Eiffel Tower. I think Dan and I both became enchanted with Paris, more than we ever thought we would have, and wished we were staying longer. Maybe we will come back someday and just stay for awhile, sit in the parks, absorb the atmosphere and try to understand better the unique place that Paris will always ...