Residence Residhome Val d'Europe
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... Adam and Jess are staying at is like a 5min walk from our hotel, so it wasn't long until we bumped into them. We decided to hit up some cafes that were located over the river with a view of the Eiffel Tower. We go to a joint and ask for a table of 4, and so no we are fully booked, it was just before 7.30pm and the place was pretty much empty, then as we walk out the door, they say they have a free table. So we sit down at our table inside, but only the ...
Off to parc Monceau for a run, we are really needing it this morning! Nice day but Georgie still not feeling great. David and Michael dropped by to return a cotton blanket I had leant them as they were leaving later that day, we will miss their company. Then we were out and about. Down to Uniglo for a few purchases. Georgie wanted to get Cameron a shirt for his birthday and I needed to buy some of the heat tech tops ...
We have been blessed with incredibly beautiful days--bright and sunny, with cool breezes, just begging for garden visits. The Jardin du Luxembourg drew lots of visitors, enjoying strolling, or just sitting and enjoying the flowers. Back in a secluded corner, you can hear the buzzing before you see the source: one of the world's oldest beekeeping operations, preparing for a Honey Festival at the end of the ...
... other paintings I remember from art history lectures. Maddie was particularly amused by the air conditioning vents in the library that inflated her shorts with cold air! Back to the hotel to collect our bags and do a last minute change of clothes, repack and reorganise (the bloody loom band towers had to fit in somewhere) then off to the airport to start the long four flights home. We were a little distracted upon arriving in the huge car ...
... a massive line developing. We assumed this was the line to climb to the top of the Arc, so we wrote it off as something we wouldn't get to do this time. But when we emerged on the other side, we came upon an open door with no line at all. We flashed our museum passes, and sure enough, the guard waved us towards the stairs (it turns out, the line below was just for purchasing tickets)! The views from the top of the Arc were amazing. We could see all of Paris and enjoyed ...