Hotel Excelsior Latin
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... a smaller arc near the louvre. When his army got there it was too small for his army to walk through so he had them walk around it a number of times.
We also say the place du la Revolution where the beheading happened during the French revolution. After we had been through the second level Jason lead us to the line for the third level as our ticket allowed us to go up to the top. The left us there and our tour was done. The view from the ...
... good couple of hours in there, myself perusing the history aisles (geek) and Amy making best friends with Natalie Portman's kid. So chilled. We saw the famous padlock bridge which was sweet, and then made our way across the city to check out the infamous Catacombs... Very, very ******* creepy. More than 6 million skeletons are piled up hundreds of feet below the city. What got me is the way the bones are arranged - not just all thrown on top ...
... are entering the court area. As they are doing renovations part of the building is covered, found the entrance, paid & went in & what an amazing place, wound our way up the stairs & on entering we were in awe of the stained glass windows around the whole building, just beautiful, quiet & restful. Amazing to think that 70% of the glass is original dating back from 1225. We then wound our way back down the stairs to look at the peasants part of ...
... all stations more accessible to physically handicapped people….
The old buildings: Government buildings, apartment buildings, monuments. This more than anything is what makes Paris Paris. More than the “etoiles”, more than the sidewalk cafes. I love how the architecture of these buildings are a combination of utility, esthetics and robustness that is built to last Many of the apartment buildings have the date of their building and the architects ...
... and through rural France. Thankfully the sun doesn't set here until 10:30PM, so we had the opportunity to see the landscapes. Driving through Belgium wasn't entirely impressive. There were some beautiful small towns and farming, but it reminded me of The Valley. Once we crossed the border into France we began to see villages trickling through the country side and even more fantastic: castles! oOoOo AaAaA!
We finally got to Paris (after much stress ...