Novotel Paris Charenton
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Travel Blogs from Charenton-le-Pont
... On the way back to the hotel, we once again stopped outside the Louvre (no riot police this time) just to take another look at the lit glass pyramids and the view of a sparkling Eiffel Tower. As those of you who've been to Paris would know, this is a beautiful city. Almost everywhere you look there are stunning buildings and I can imagine that everything is even more breathtaking in summer with the sun sparkling on them all. Tomorrow it's back to the UK. ...
... short time under the channel was hardly noticeable. We were very pleased with the apartment we rented. I have attached a few photos. It was modern, bright and airy and just steps away from the Champs-Elysees. The owner knew it was our anniversary, so she had a bottle of Champagne waiting for us. We celebrated our 35th with a toast! As the weather wasn't great - we had quite a bit of rain, we did ...
... officer and our newly acquired French language skills. We arrived at the Musee de Louvre. We learnt that the famous glass pyramid is only a very small part of the whole thing. There is a huge old palace that is the original home to the gallery that takes up a few blocks. Our full day we had in Paris was on a Tuesday- the Louvre is closed on Tuesdays... All the more reason to return in ...
... met some people I will never forget and made some amazing memories. I can now say that I have been to Europe and seen some amazing cities and places, some which I definitely could have spent longer exploring. Over the last 18 days we drove 7000 kilometres visited some many cool places and had a ball while doing it. My overall Contiki experience was amazing! Great people on the tour, great tour manager and driver who would go out of their way to help us or make it awesome for us. ...
... at the enormity of the museum and planning our attack. The statues, the Mona and other DaVinci's, renniasance and religion abounding. The interior space was unique with the controversial light=filled, triangular, glass building addition situated center of the U shaped more traditional building. I cannot add to the myriad descriptions of the Louvre. Exiting the Louvre, we walked through Tuileries gardens and saw more Parisians sitting and ...
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