We were equipped with the Paris Pass Guide Book, plus a few Metro,REM, bus and rail maps. That’s the confidence with which we began exploring Paris. The most Romantic City in the world was the destination of a lifetime for us. It was our 15th wedding anniversary and this trip was to make the occasion more special. A place like Paris has a lot to offer. Either it be for honeymooners, retired folk, young folk or even the kids. The Paris Pass even tells you the course to follow if you want a specific kind of tour of Paris.
Though there was a family course to follow, we couldn’t follow their time table. Hence, we made our own route. The first place we landed at was the Grande Arche at La Defense.
This part of Paris, is considered the Technology Hub, with a lot of companies opening offices in the buildings surrounding this Arche. Compared to the other parts of Paris, this place has more modern high rise buildings. The color code of this place, with a vast ground and steps, makes this modern monument a place to relax and enjoy some family time. The Perfect setting to take in the calmness of an active Parisians Friday Evening Rendezvous Point.
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