Citadines Montmartre Paris
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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After no sleep on gulf air flight, even though it was business class, we arrived in Paris at 655am. The hotel,is gorgeous. Love it. They think of everything too
... cloudy. The view was pretty spectacular with the night lights starting to come on and the Eiffel Tower was already glowing yellow. We could pick out some of the landmarks that we had seen on our tour In the morning. At 9pm, the Eiffel Tower started its 5 minute twinkle show, which was pretty cool to see. Once it was finished, we stayed a bit longer to see the night lights really standing out as it got dark.
On the way over, I thought ...
... iron balconies and shutters. The pavement cafe culture. Maybe I'm just a hopeless romantic, I tried to convince Billy that we should move here, after all I was now convinced I was fluent in French. We wondered over Pont Neuf, through the markets and found ourselves outside Norte Dame. Much to Billy's disappointment quasi was no where to be seen. We regrouped with the rest of the tour and went to dinner. Some had another dose of snails, given that I was convinced ...
... of its size, The Louvre can be overwhelming to tackle, so I chose to follow a Rick Steves' audio tour which covered Greek art (Pre-Classical through the Golden Age), Italian Art (Medieval through the Renaissance) and French painting (Neoclassicism through Romanticism). Tim moved on through several other exhibits. Later we visited the nearby Orangerie Museum to ...
... but the rest of us dodged it ok. Regardless, B seemed ok in the morning so we pushed her out the door to the bus and down to the Eiffel Tower. The kids were stoked that we were going up but bummed that we couldn't get all the way to the top. (The second lift and the top level were closed, for some reason). We had a good time looking at Paris with the kids staring through telescopes that we refused to pay for. From there, we took the Metro out to Sacré ...