Citadines Opera-Grands Boulevards Paris
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... for dinner that was delicious. With it being a Sunday, there was a Packer game on, and I had heard of a Packer bar in Paris from of my cousins, so Sara and I went out there at 10 to watch the game. We had so much fun there! We tried some Irish cider beer, and got to watch the game with fellow Wisconsinites :)
Monday morning, we slept in and took our time getting ready before heading to the Eiffel Tower for our lunch reservations. We ...
... if they can do this, so can I, so I got through all those stairs and made it to Rodin. A peaceful respite in the city! I could have spent all day there. Take a book, relax and use it as your personal back yard. The sun was out, just beautiful! The 2 famous works of his that are in the garden are, The Thinker and The Gates of Hell: The Kiss is inside if you want to see it, but must pay more. The garden is only 2 Euros. I got back, around 5pm. We ...
Self-portrait with a friend Painting Raphael
The Wedding at Cana Painting Paolo Veronese
The Lace Maker Painting Vermeer
Islamic art and ceramics
Baptistere de Saint Louis. Brass/gold bowl. Syria
The Coronation of the Virgin. Painting. Fra Angelico
Napoleon III apartments
Akhenaten statue. Egypt
The Medieval Louvre
Wall of time Ceramics. Turkey
Floor mosaic from the church of St Christopher ...
... It was after the lunch that Ashlyn navigated us towards the famous Pierre Herme macarons shop. We bought 4 macarons (pistachio, rose, chocolate and a citrus mix) to share and ate them in a square that neither of us can remember the name.
Once we’d devoured the little treats, we walked 2 miles to the Eiffel Tower. Just kidding, we took the metro. We walked the grounds and Ashlyn stood in awe of the tower as this was her first visit ...
... simply got out of the car and calmly walked off. Talk about having no respect for the property of others; just outrageously selfish behaviour really.
We get to the Le Louvre and only had a short time to go into the gallery, with the main attraction being the Mona Lisa. We decided against going in and are content with looking over some of the other parts of this architectural masterpiece. We hear later from a couple of the group that did go in that they were disappointed ...