Adagio Paris La Defense Le Parc
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... that looked dodgy. This was no more than and hour or two after it got stolen! On the way back to the hotel, only one block away, Joelene found a completely organic market where out the front they were having their once a month oyster and wine tasting. The locals encouraged me to get into it and then proceeded to tell me there would be a special tapas up at the organic restaurant (attached to the market), where there would be a glass of wine each and a dozen oysters ...
... there was extraordinary and it was so wonderful I have Emilie there and have her showing us the sights of Paris. Emilie had been up since 3am for the journey from Metz and it was so good of her to make the trip. The Notre dam was a highlight. So much detail in the building, and the gargoyles were so different looking to the English ones. They seemed more alive, and a little bit more friendly than their British counterparts. The Louvre was another stunning place, the glass ...
Up early today had to sit on my suitcase to get it closed,went to breakfast at 7am then back to the room for the last minute details .We are to meet our guide in the foyer at 8.45am to transfer us to the airport for our first leg home. We were picked up and dropped off to the airport at terminal 1,checked our bags through then Through security. We took off about 12.15pm have had lunch and we are about halfway into our trip.I will try to have a sleep before we get to ...
... of tourists, and so lots of beggars. We have been warned about the ones who drop a ring near you, then pick it up and give it to you, then ask for money for it. Also girls with a clipboard, supposedly doing a survey, who get you to sign it and say you owe €€€s for what you have signed. They are all very persistent and a camera is like a neon light to them. We also found the Paris Apple Store, so Kevin was able to buy a connector to download photos from his ...
... I was just happy to not have anything to do for a while.
So, today should be more productive. I woke up early and am actually going to see some things. I am saving the Louvre for tomorrow because they are open really late on Fridays. Today I will go visit some cathedrals, and possibly the Eiffel tower. So, you can expect at least some pictures today :)
I'm glad I decided to take this time for myself. This transition is going to take a while.