Quality Suites Bercy Bibliotheque
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... look up, because the the ceilings are beautifully decorated as well. About 1/5"4,mile down the hallway (yes, 1/4 mile) I enter the room where Mona Lisa is located. The room is packed with people. At first glance, all you see is back of heads and cellphones snapping pictures... I gently push my way through the crowd and see the Mona Lisa painting. She's exquisite. Protected behind a glass pane, she patiently seats there smiling as we all take photos of her. I spend just ...
... get as many into us as possible!).
Sam: Lazy breakfast (Carrefours baguette and croissants highly disappointing after great examples in Provence) – but accompanying jams from Provence market still excellent! Off to the Opera house for a guided tour – then planning to visit a couple of gourmet foodie shops mentioned in the Paris guide book to round out the day. Planning to spend the day at a HUGE park tomorrow (can hire a boat to row around the lake!) ...
... to take the stairs up as not only is it nearly half the price of going up in a lift, it also has a much shorter line (and required us to partake in some light exercise). We waited around 40 minutes before we reached the front of the line and I tested out my rusty French by ordering us tickets to the second level. The man did not look impressed as he handed me our tickets.The walk up was actually quite pleasant. ...
... they do rare or well done. We made the mistake of ordering medium. It was still bleeding and Sim said it looked a lot like Des's home kill butcher van. Our next day Sim woke up very early all excited because we were going to the French Open! But unfortunately we weren't going to be seeing Federer play. The Roland Garros stadium was on the west side of the city and took us about an hour to get there on the metro. It was another rainy and miserable day so play was postponed ...
... there were many elderly French Military there. They had just finished a ceremony of some kind. It was a very somber time seeing all of the names written in the stones of the monument. We stroled along the Champ de lasse which comes right into the Arc. There are people and cars everywhere.We were looking at a menu which was posted outside a restaurant to see whether we wanted to eat there or not. A waiter appeared and ushered us ...