Fraser Suites Harmonie Paris La Defense
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... than massive? Ginormous? The Louvre is incredibly big. And speaking of lines, it was at least an hour wait to get in. Since I had already seen the Mona Lisa on my last visit, I decided to skip this one, too.
My self-directed walking tour led me next to the Tuileries, the large public garden next to the Louvre. I wandered through for a bit and then spotted the Musée d'Orsay across the street. It's closed on Mondays. So I went back across the street ...
We spent some time on the Hop on/Hop off bus today, seeing the sights and getting our bearings, before doing a tour of the Eiffel Tower. Our American guide had married a French man and so been living in Paris for two years. Some fun facts I learned from her today: - the tower gets painted every 7 years using 60 tonnes of paint - built in ...
... favourite paintings were the water-lilies and haystacks painted by Monet - he managed to bring some quite mundane things to life, and it doesn't matter how many times I look at the haystacks, I just love them! Unlike at our last visit, taking photos has been banned which means no one has to suffer through my endless photos of these paintings! There were also some fabulous statues, especially the ones by Rodin (except the one called 'Gates of Hell' which was pretty ...
... Mountain but I didn't want to go on and neither did Mum. Turns out it was closed anyway, we watched the Disney Parade instead but we didn't see very well. After the parade we all went back on Big Thunder Mountain because we all loved the ride. Then Eleni and Dad went back to Space Mountain and Mum and I went to go on Pinocchio but when we got there the ride was closed, instead we went through Alice's Curious Labyrinth which was a maze, it was for little kids so it was a bit boring. ...
... fountain along with the fantastic gardens was a perfect place to rest our legs and enjoy some beers in the sun.
Pulling tired bodies from the ground we left our picnic paradise and tried to outsmart the Paris metro, unfortunately once again we were beaten and after spending almost 20 minutes trying to find the "sortie" at Monteparnasse station we vowed we were done with the trains. Once out of the station we walked for near 45minutes in the rain before finally making ...