Best Western Hotel Victor Hugo
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... all crammed with amazing artwork, statues and sculptures. Although there were thousands of people inside the Louvre it didn't appear busy until we got to the 'Mona Lisa', where everyone was crammed in and pushing their way to try and get a closer look at the not so big painting, which is much smaller than imagined (only 77 x 53 cm). The very famous Mona Lisa was painted by Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci and has been acclaimed as the best known, most visited, most ...
We left our hotel this morning and headed out for our 3 hour drive to Paris. As we made it into the city limits, we caught our first view of the Eiffel Tower, followed shortly by the French Statue of Liberty. We got an even better view of the tower as we quickly boarded a boat on the River Seine and saw many of the Paris buildings including the beautiful Eiffel Tower that was the entrance to the World's Fair ...
... We thought we were too stupid to go in but will come back, and it's free. Came back along Rue de St Antoine which is busy, but cut up to a less travelled street. Rue de la Verriere ( and yes there were some stores with interesting glass works in them).
The whole neighbourhood is hopping with lots of little restos and bars, with people sitting outside enjoying drinks and the sunshine. Really fun. We returned to our place around six for a beer and a glass of ...
... 8 minutes, a magical sight. What a way to end 16 fabulous days in Europe with some wonderful people from Ohio, New Zealand, Dubai, Wales,California,China (82 & 78, bless them), Equador, El Salvador and Australia. It was time to sort out our suitcases, get to bed ready for a big day travelling on Monday.
ARC DE TRIOMPHE
At the base of the Arch de Triomphe stands a torch. Every evening at 6:30 P.M. it is rekindled, and veterans lay ...
... and on our heated towel bars to get them dry. Grocery shopping requires one to learn the ins and outs of developing a relationship with each store owner and how they like to conduct business. We have a supermarket which is not dissimilar from the ones at home but we only use it for household basics. At the poissonerie and the boucherie one indicates the seafood or meat products you want and they hand you a ticket that you take to the back corner and disturb the ...