Washington Paris Hotel
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... King Francis I. This was raided during the French Revolution and all of the furniture auctioned off. They have tried to partly restore some rooms to give an idea of what the Château was like but it felt like a shell of its former self. It was fascinating to see from an architectural point of view and combined old French style with the new Renaissance style. Leonardo de Vinci is believed to have designed the central staircase around which the Château is based. It has a ...
... 8230;…many different things going on in such close proximity!
So we have now finished our 2 days of L’Open Tours of Paris on the double decker bus…..& loved it!I was in awe of the buildings we have seen ..like “St Louis”….”The Grand Palais” …the
L’Opera…..the Louvre(unbelievable) & ...
... ending to a magical day, Dad even stating that he has "never seen anything like it!" Everyone was so tired but on a high due to the amazing day. A solid 12 and a half hours spent at Disneyland meant for a really deep sleep beginning close to midnight as that is when we arrived home! Sarah slept until 10am and Taylor got woken up at 12:30pm, because the family should really start the day soon! Overall, a huge day! Many things got achieved in Disneyland, and we all just want to go ...
Back to the hotel for a quick rest (not a lot of sleep on the flight) and then out for a walking tour to try and find Centre George Pompidou, a building that is inside out...all the staircases and escalators are outside the building allowing for a better flow to the museum inside. A quick "crepe" dinner and then back to the hotel for a sleep!
Tomorrow we are off to the catacombs and then an evening tour of the Louvre
... to say goodbye when we got to London. We had a large group of French students sitting opposite us on the ferry and they decided to have a food fight during the crossing. They had absolutely no supervision by teachers and were wrestling and generally making a huge mess. Greg decided to intervene just before we docked and was like a sergeant major, belting out orders to them to clean up their mess, collect the rubbish etc.etc. and ...