Adagio Paris La Defense Le Parc
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... was even quicker - there was no-one on duty at all.
I managed to navigate arrivals fairly easily, found the train to the city and was on my way from the airport in under 15 minutes from landing. Got off the train at Gare du Nord, found the right metro line, then only 2 metro stops to Chateau Rouge in Montmartre. My AirBNB host Bernadette was waiting at the nearest street corner to show me to the apartment, after pointing out the local boulangerie, ...
... Next I visited Le Pont des Arts, where originally I just visited to take pictures; a couple then came over, near where I was standing, and put a lock on the bridge. I didn't think you still could do that! I know there's a lot of controversy about it but I've always always always wanted to do that. So I asked them where they got their lock then walked to get my own! It was only €4 - pretty sweet! I wrote "Amanda Hébert Europe '15," locked it on the bridge ...
... bedrooms and work rooms. They drip with gold, crystal and ornate furnishings. We see a secret door where Marie Antoinette escaped through to elude the same captors who took Louis. There was a hall lined with mirrors, paintings with dozens of crystal chandeliers hanging from the ceiling and expansive impeccably manicured gardens outside that would run for more than 100 acres on each side. The gardens were so big, they built holiday and retirement houses in them. ...
... Saw the magnificent bedrooms. And the guide was saying that all the furniture was looted during the Revolution. Amazingly,slowly but surely, some pieces are being returned. Wandered outside again. Bought a baguette, a drink and some popcorn and ambled down to sit and study Apollo's Fountain. None of the Fountains were operating. Victor was saying that to operate the fountains for a day uses almost as much water as Paris consumes in a ...
... a similar scheme on the southern transept. Both these transept
portals were richly embellished with sculpture; the south portal
features scenes from the lives of St Stephen and of various local
saints, while the north ...