Volney Opera Hotel
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... and Champs Élysées instead. What a stunning night! It turned out to be brilliant in the evening sun, and a perfect place for another West Papuan flag photo (without getting killed on the frenetic road around the Arc!) A meal nearby, then Peter was off to climb the 276 steps to the top and catch the sunset and the, as a bonus, the moonrise over Paris. The lights came on in the Champs Élysées and the Eiffel Tower began to sparkle. Priceless and perfect in Paris. ...
... avocado, cheese, bread and a mustard/mayonaise in a tube(very European). It was quite delicious and we relaxed for awhile and just enjoyed the scene and shade.
Walked around the St. Michel area where Robert and I had stayed on our first trip. Did not go and see if the Hotel de Faculte was still there. From there we walked over to Ille. St. Louis and rested for a bit and watched people and then decided to go have a drink at ...
... participated in battles won by the French. Also moving was a Tomb of the Unknown soldier where they rekindle the flame and place fresh flowers on the Tomb each day.
We've been moving around the city on the excellent public transportation system using subway, trains and buses. We ended another day with sore feet, incredible memories, and an evening snack of fruit, cheese and chocolate instead of supper.
... a quick trip to the men's room and Logan, Zarah and I were waiting but then decided to head in the same direction and wait for Denham there... well... we lost my fiance in the palace, we didnt realise he had gone through a different door and then we couldnt go back through as we had unknowingly exited... anyway eventually Logan got back through and found him. The weather was awful so a quick ...
... had my crepe - filled with mushroom and cheese, and Ron had a tuna sandwich - tricky, as it was actually in a French stick, not what we had expected, but delicious.
Then, what did we come across, but those cars! I had convinced Ron to have a drive of his orange Lamborghini, rather than just drooling over it. €89 for 20 minutes. Seemed like a bargain to me for such an experience. So, off he went. He went through ...