BEST WESTERN Hotel Marais Bastille
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... beautiful 'green space' in the middle of Paris, not far from our hotel. At the Pompidou they have a great interactive area (for children, but fun to look around) and as well as an array of modern art, statues and sculptures there was some interesting paintings, some of which looked very similar to artwork proudly displayed on our fridge following busy days at Kindergarten about eighteen or twenty years ago. The highlight of our last day in Paris however, had to be a ...
... reach a town called Villenauxe La Grande where my uncle lives.
Our journey from the train station takes us past a nuclear power plant, not exactly what you would imagine in such beautiful countryside; then feilds of agriculture including the exclusive champagne vineyards.
So my aunt and uncle grow, harvest and supply champagne grapes to none-other-than Veuve Clicquot. He has built a small cabin high on ...
... and paintings. It's a bit like the Frick in NY. He donated it to a private trust and after that, many works by Manet were placed here, including his "Sunrise, Impression" which was the painting that gave name to Impressionism by the media. I had never seen it so was glad to. They have a lot of his Giverny water lilies (cause he painted so many!) and lots of the bridge painted later in life when he was suffering from glaucoma and losing some of his sight. There was ...
... on the Champ de Mars, was constructed between 1887 and 1889. It was designed by Gustave Eiffel to act as the entrance to the International Exhibition of Paris of 1889 which commemorated the centenary of the French Revolution. The tower was inaugurated on 31 March 1889, and opened on 6 May by The Prince of Wales, who later became King Edward VII of England. Paris is packed with historic landmarks with the Eiffel Tower being the most immediately recognisable.
... the 19eme arrondissement and it is instantly love at first sight with the place and the neighbourhood.
No time to rest, we need to organise ourselves and go grocery shopping: typical parisian life dictates to hit at least 4 stores to get what you need for the first few days (epicerie , boulangerie, fruits et legumes etc...) and Iuri is in love with everything he sees. I must say, it is pretty good especially compared to what we pay for french wine, ...