Domaine du Verbois
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the line is only about 50-100 people, we'll be in in no time! But the line kept moving, with no sign of an end, so we headed through the arch way to see where the people were coming from, and exited in the courtyard of the great glass pyramid. Where we found all the people.
Forget the line - at this speed, we would be waiting until tomorrow to get into the Louvre! However, there are supposedly other places to buy ...
... damp and chilly weather was probably responsible for that. We bundled into our windbreakers and warm hats, and passed through a tunnel under the main road to find the lily ponds. I was surprised to first encounter a large stand of very tall bamboo, on a small island with the stream running around it. However, lots of the edging fence is made of bamboo, and later in the house we saw Monet's collection of over 100 Japanese prints, so it fell into context for me. It was lovely ...
... we passed by the Eiffel Tower! It was funny because I'm such a tourist and I kept asking her if it was weird seeing the Eiffel Tower everyday. And she was just like "Parisians are just used to seeing that everyday." (stupid tourist HAHA). I didn’t mean to scream… It just came out! It was a HUGE tourist moment for me because I couldn’t believe I was actually seeing the Eiffel Tower (I usually just see it in movies/books). ...
... It is between the Place Invalides on the left bank, the Grand Palais on the right bank, with a wonderful view of La Tour Eiffel. I paused here to soak it all in and had a moment of nostalgia as I remembered Bastille Day 2006. I was in Paris with Dad, we had watched the grand parade in the morning, and enjoyed the most amazing fireworks
(possibly on this exact same bridge) with the Tour Eiffel in view that evening.
... up and so walking was pretty dry. I won't bother you with my purchases but I will tell you I bought some french perfume and at least 1 scarf:) I met my goal and got to Victor Hugo's apartment by 5. Side note: the basilica and the house were both free. The home was interesting. Full of art and heavily decorated. If I lived there i would end up feeling like the walls and ceilings were caving in on me. The last room was had the bed ...