Hotel Bristol Republique
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... supported by wealthy lovers - to the Misery of the pierreuse - the street walkers. They do warn you before you enter "some pieces presented in the exhibition may be shocking" - and indeed they were!
Paris is all about gorgeous tree lined boulevards, fabulous restaurants and beautiful people! Toss in the Opera, fine art, splendid architecture and you have all the ingredients for a wonderful holiday!
... No excuse me or any manners. Most people taking photos simply didn't stop to even contemplate the paintings and what was in them and how they were painted.
There is an fantastic range of impressionist art in the Musee including a lot by Monet, Renoir, Degas, Manet, Van Gough, Cézanne, Lautrec and some by Tissot who I had not been aware of before but whose style I really enjoyed. Many different styles but also a lot of paintings I would happily take home. There was ...
... We decided to fly because Eurostar prices rose to ridiculous due to the bank holiday weekend. Plus it's quicker even with the two hours beforehand.
We got a taxi from the airport and got stung with a €60.00 fare at the end due to being stuck in traffic. We were being impatient and just wanted to get to the hotel but to be honest it probably would have been quicker to get the train...and cheaper. Never mind... We learnt our lesson. ...
... quite amazing.
Our apartment is in a modern building this time which is giving us a comfortable change from uneven floors, drafty windows, odd floor plans, cramped bathrooms, and miniscule kitchens-even though we trade in some of that old charm for modern conveniences. Our balcony looks out on what seems to be the ...
... square visits and fountain glimpses we bypass the massive Hotel Ville and into the back courtyard of La Louvre. Walking through the courtyard, surrounded by the museum on all sides we marvel in its size and are hoping the the exhibits indoors do not in fact take up this entire building, or else we will be here for a week. It didn't but it was still daunting and the map was extremely confusing. It was still very busy for it being the off season, ...