Comfort Hotel Davout Nation
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... us the most: Italian painting, Roman and Greek Sculptures, and Egyptian Antiquities. As the girls eyes glazed over with visual sensory overload, Chuck can be heard saying "a little culture never hurt!"
The Mona Lisa was moved since our previous visit 17 years ago. In 2005 the most valued artwork of the world moved to it's own wall and is enclosed by a climate controlled, bulletproof glass. The thicker glass, longer viewing ...
... market street which felt a bit more local called Rue Cler, and as well as at the bi-weekly open ai!r! Marche Bastille, we shopped up a storm with some amazing cheeses and supplies for picnics and dinners on the boat.
Apart from a multitude of almost daily baguettes or croissants, and of course Paris’ famous patisseries (we had so many to die for citron tartes and other magnificent creations), the stand out food highlight (and splurge) in Paris was our entrecote ...
... most looking forward to- our trip to Giverny to see Monet's garden. It was just beautiful & we didn't even have to elbow people out of the way. Which was a relief. It was moving just being in a place of such beauty. It' s given me lots of ideas for home - just joking Geoff I can think of ideas all by myself! It was also great to see some countryside after all the hard pavements of Paris. We went to our favourite patisserie to get lunch today & Geoff bought ...
Day 1: We began our day by travelling to Versailles to visit the French Kings' famous Château. We also went up to the Eiffel tower and also stopped by the famous Catherdrale Notre Dame.
Day 2: Today we were met by our own private tour guide for a fantastic tour of the Louvre. We got to see famous renaissance pieces like the Mona Lisa and others from Ancient Egypt. We also went on a boat cruise down the Seine. We ...
... to us in English and gave us an English menu. We thought we had stumbled on somewhere really touristy but then it started filling up with French people so maybe it wasn't so bad. I had a croque Monsieur with goat cheese and Luke had duck confit with garlic potatoes. We got the waiter to recommend a carafe of red which was amazing. We finished with floating islands and tart tartine. 65€ all up. In hindsight he was one of the ...