InterContinental Paris-Avenue Marceau
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Paris-Avenue Marceau
Staying at this InterContinental was a most enjoyable experience. The room was comfortable with lovely linens. The staff is friendly, helpful, and very efficient. The location is great for walking, shopping, and sight-seeing. Love this hotel!
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We awaken this morning to cold weather (40's) and a desire to "sleep in". After easing into the day with coffee and tea in our room and croissants later at a nearby Delices de Manon, we enjoy window shopping the beautiful displays of the latest fashions that line our pathway.We stop in Colette and have fun seeing the Richard X Zawith displays and …
... back immediately. Next we went to what we would call a deli, which had a cured meat section and ready made foods, like terrines. We purchased a portion of rabbit pie and duck butter, which is like pulled duck mixed with duck fat and frois gras. On to the fromagerie, where she explained what to ask for if for instance you wanted to buy a Brie to eat that day or next week. Several cheeses were purchased, including a week old ...
... the main part of the bridge. Once we locked our lock on the bridge, we each took a key, and threw it into the Seine River, down below. I thought it was a neat thing to do on our first anniversary!
We decided to head back to Notre Dame after the Love Lock bridge. Although the line looked very long to go inside, we only waited 15 or so minutes to go inside. The stained glass was very beautiful inside the church. We sat and enjoyed the beauty of it for a few minutes (and also ...
... hell to walk up. I have never seen so many stairs in my life-my thighs are still hurting from it. At the end of the first floor I was ready to lie on the ground and water myself-I was so puffed out. I still don't know how I managed to get up to the second floor. Lucky when we got to the second floor I had to wait 45mins for the ticket office to open, in order to catch a lift to the "sommet", otherwise I would not have been able to go back down the stairs again to get to the bottom. ...
... XIV moved the painting to the Palace of Versailles. After the French Revolution, it was moved to the Louvre, but spent a brief period in the bedroom of Napoleon in the Tuileries Palace. - During the Franco-Prussian War (1870–1871) it was moved from the Louvre to the Brest Arsenal. During World War II, the painting was again removed from the Louvre and taken safely, first to Château d'Amboise, then to the Loc-Dieu Abbey and Château de Chambord, then finally to ...