Citadines Bastille Marais Paris
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- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... back to an open cafe for coffee and to wait for the mist to lift a little so we could make the most of the gardens. The trip to Giverny is definitely worth while. You don't have to know much about Monet to appreciate his impressive garden. It is effectively in two parts which are dissected by a busy road. We imagined this would have been a quite country lane when Monet was here. You get to the second garden which features the substantial small lake (I was going to say pond) ...
... the whole grounds are a spectacular and majestic sight, with the glass pyramids dominating the middle of the main courtyard and statues all over the palace buildings. As we walked through one of the arches and into that courtyard, we saw a very long line. We learned that this line was for people who already had tickets and for group reservations … so we went to the real line. We went to the line and then tried to find ...
... plate, and apple torte) and I have to say - it was pretty good! They split up out group and we ended up at a table by ourselves, but it just meant two people an two extremely large bottles of wine. We can't say we complained at all! We stopped with the tour at a cabaret show - and it was pretty good! The 4 course dinner was good - but the show was great! There was cancan, Le Jazz Hot, singing, dancing, magic, lightsabers, and Ozzies! It was ...
... really hadn't gotten to know each other, so it was a little awkward, but the setting was beautiful. Following this, Lisa, Laura, and I decided to do the last major tourist attraction we hadn't had the chance to visit - the Louvre. We arrived at around 8.00pm, which gave us only an hour and a half to explore. It turned out to be a smart idea on our part as we faced absolutely no lines to enter and were able to get as close as physically possible to the Mona Lisa. After we ...