Courtyard by Marriott Paris La Defense West - Colombes
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... Rubens, the Italian and French Painters (yes, the Mona Lisa). The Louvre is a must see, it would take weeks to see everything on display and consequently you can just look at the specific things that interest you. However on the way back from the Louvre in the dark suburbs of Paris, without a working phone I got bloody lost. A few lucky breaks and a lot of shocking french spoken to random people saw me get home safely. I had ...
... paintings before winding ourselves back to the entry foyer under the glass pyramid which was the only way we could get to the wing on the other side to see the French painters. The girls had long lost interest by now. It's amazing how big the Louvre is but not surprising given it had a previous life as an imperial castle and palace. We traversed countless rooms and corridors to find our way out which included spotting Egyptian arcafacts and the ...
... huge, you can spend days visiting the various exhibitions if you were that inclined. We just wanted to see the sights like the Venus de Milo and Mona Lisa. The crowds were immense and mostly Chinese who were like the Japanese of the 80's who took pictures of everything in numerous quantities, we couldn't move for them. It was a truly good experience walking through the vast corridors of priceless paintings and statues, the upkeep ...
... this year, it turns out I can't... damn. Then home to study the subjunctive. I really wanted to get it clear in my mind. Turns out it's tricky and we have no equivalent in English. So after a few hours of trying to figure it out, my brain was a bit fried. Although what made it nicer was that there was a lovely saxophone player playing outside my window, playing songs like It's A Wonderful World and Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps. Although when Violetta got home I think she'd had a bad ...
... which he had never heard before and he taught us “La Prix” (The Price?). Walking about 12 km at this point, we saw the first two gas stations in Paris and after converted calculation we concluded that the price of gas in Paris is $8 per gallon! WOW! Logically, most locals ride bikes, motorcycles, or walk! I saw a shop with close out like signs plastered all over the fašade, and was coaxed in. The boots I fell in love with were the last ones, and of course my ...