Elysees Opera Hotel
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... Walked to the Eiffel Tower and went to the top! So beautiful -- truly beautiful and we went to all three levels! It was built in 1889 by Gustavo Eiffel who also did the Statue of Liberty! Went to a small cafe on Rue Clerc which is such a cute area, a Paris neighborhood!! Close to our hotel is a hardware, cleaners, grocers, cheese, wine and lots of flower shops! After dinner, S&D went to the Arch de Triomphe but we strolled around the Paris streets and went to bed ...
... Grace and I went on this ride called Indiana Jones ride unfortunately I cried but Josh and Grace loved it and I found it a bit scary because it was my first time on a looped roller coaster but I loved it. On Thursday we went to the arc de triomphe if I didn't see a person up there we would't of climbed it. The next place we went to was Vienna and only stayed for two nights but had a lovely two days because we saw a candy shop it was amazing they made it by hand it was so cool. ...
... as the others but once again, the color of the autumn leaves made my heart warm. I meandered around the whole park and walked out into the surrounding neighborhood to have a look. The architecture was classical Paris so I snapped some photos of the buildings for keep sake.
I am now flying above France on my way back to London. On my way to the airport this evening I had to think to myself “is it really Monday already??” I felt like at any second I was going ...
We landed in Paris just before 7 am and were at our apartment before 9am. Unpacked, then showered to freshen up our travel weary bodies (even with all the perks in transit).
We headed out until 1 pm checking out the local area and gathering supplies.
A 40 min power nap was necessary then we walked to Notre Dame to join a 4 hr bike tour at 3pm. And, I got to have my first gelati, it's ...
... see his smaller works, and I even got to see a Robert Mapplethorpe/ Rodin Exhibition. Over 100 photos and 50 small sculptures showing the human body in movement and tension. It was a bit naughty cos Maplethorpe was a man's man, and Rodin was a ladies man, and it shows.
But now I'd better tell you about lunching with royalty on Wednesday.
I'd got to a point where I couldn't spend another day wandering around city streets or Museum corridors. ...
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