BEST WESTERN Hotel Marais Bastille
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... the wrong end of that service gap.
This is the largest science museum in Europe, but I think by large they mean space. For interesting exhibits the London and even the Deutches in Munich have it beat. In the ticket queue boo thought we should know "Mum doesn't never comes to these things with us because she's already too smart, when she was a girl she read 14 books a week"!
... I saw it in books I thought that all those decorated things in one room would be overwhelming, but it was quite the opposite. There was such a complete harmony of elements, it’s a wonder that the style died so quickly. Who wouldn’t want to live in such surroundings?
The museum was not crowded until you got to the Impressionist galleries which were packed full. But with Monet, Manet, Degas, and Van ...
... the line is only about 50-100 people, we'll be in in no time! But the line kept moving, with no sign of an end, so we headed through the arch way to see where the people were coming from, and exited in the courtyard of the great glass pyramid. Where we found all the people.
Forget the line - at this speed, we would be waiting until tomorrow to get into the Louvre! However, there are supposedly other places to buy ...
And on the 7th day we didn't rest but enjoyed time in our apartment neighbourhood. We strolled and came upon a Grom ice cream shop; an Italian gellateria. Bridget joined me for a double double scoop of salted caramel and white chocolate with choc chip and pistachio respectively. With that being breakfast there was a steady decline into a calorie saturated day. We found one of the top patisseries of Paris (Un Dimanche) around the ...
... in Paris as they say!
Our 1st day was a long day of walking. We saw and walked everywhere. The day started with a wonderful French croissant and a warm cup of coffee, we then ventured outside into the rain to find the Eiffel Tower. After a lot of exploring, getting lost and asking French people who didn't understand us for directions, we finally found it. Looming into the sky and disappearing above the clouds it stood there proud ...