Best Hotel la Croix Verte
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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It had been over 30 years since we last saw Marie-Berthe. A Parisian native, she sort revenge by walking our two feet to stumps (a little imperial joke) Every tiny alley full to the brim of wonderful stuff, every amazing art nouveau building, the head stones of Jean Paul Sartre and Simone De Beauvoir (complete with kisses -but as neither Frank or I had any lippy about our ...
... a product of weighing cost and personal interest. You are never too old to learn and we were constantly challenged to piece together a tumultuous history that this city, country and its people have endured. There will be things we/I won't miss. Cigarette smokers, people who do not clean up after their animals, the elusive pattern of opening and closing times of the stores and finally, Ardeth asking each day "what should we do tomorrow?". Not ...
... a delightful young guide made this a memorable experience. Dellanna (guide) was from Croatia and studied fine art and art history in Germany before following her French boy friend to Paris. She spends the summer conducting private tours and spends her winters painting. We both loved her stories and knowledge of the Louvre - she shared with us her favourite art as well as the " favourites" , Venus de Milo, Mona Lisa, Napoleans coronation, ...
At the death of René de Longueil, in 1677, the château passed to his
heirs until 1732, and then in succession to the marquise de
Belleforière, then to the marquis de Soyécourt. In 1777 it became the
property of Louis XVI's brother the comte d'Artois, who carried out important ...
... shops are. French people helpful and friendly and excited about the soccer. Now that Italy is out I am hoping France wins so we can go crazy with the locals. The French are clearly very proud of their beautiful buildings and take great care with them. The Champes D’Elysees is gorgeous but currently being prepared for the Tour De France.
Au Revoir, Boisson Moi Moi! Lina and ...