BEST WESTERN Le Patio Saint Antoine
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A very central motel close to Nation metro station. Our room has a cook top, fridge and sink. Our rooms (11 & 12) are located around a courtyard and some rooms have a private entrance.
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A rather cool and overcast morning saw us don our rain coats for the trip to the Cathedral of Notre Dame. They actually talked about pulling it down until Victor Hugo wrote his story about the hunchback. A gorgeous church with some of the original glass from the 13th century still in the stain glass windows. Some of the stained glass was replaced …
This morning we caught a taxi to our tour hotel near the Nation metro. Our tour guide Iris was there and told us that there are only 27 on the tour so the seat rotation shouldn't be a problem. They have us in connecting rooms and she is going to arrange child prices for the optional tours.
We then set off for the Lafayette Galleries. This is …
... mean I spend the day in a museum.
The L'Orangerie is on the right bank of the Seine. I didn't spend much time on this bank. We walked through the Tulleries garden to get to it. This is a very large garden on the banks of the Seine. It is another great place to relax, hang out and sit in those iconic Parisian green chairs. While in the museum, the sun came out!! The sky was blue, there were white clouds in the sky and there was a slight breeze. Beautiful weather!
... much more our style. It is filled with impressionist works and post-impressionist works, which were beautiful! We walked through rooms filled with works by Van Gough, Manet, Renoir, CÚzanne, Pisarro, Monet, and Rodin. It was the perfect way to prepare for our day to Monet’s Garden at Giverney tomorrow.
After a few solid hours at the D’Orsay, we were ready for a much-needed break at the Tuileries. We found chairs by a beautiful pond ...
... system to us and told us about pickpockets. We took the number 4 Metro to the number 6 and got off at Trocadero. Tara had informed us that there would be an amazing view of the Eiffel Tower from here, and she was definitely right. The view was beautiful and you could see amazing fountains and the Eiffel Tower from top to bottom.
We walked down the stairs to the fountains and over the street to the bridge where we could see the Seine river boat tours going up ...