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Travel Blogs from Bussy St Georges
... but they are a tourist feature. A short queue to get in and we were through the security in a flash. Then the grandeur of the museum. What a wonderful place and one that you can truely get lost in. To see all of the great artists work was magic - cezanne, Monet ,Manet , Renoir, Degas, etc. it was a feast for the eyes. Then a walk to see the Louvre, Cleopatras needle and ...
... dinner, then drinks on the balcony before dinner. It was just us and an elderly Belgian couple. The husband had been very involved in the Para Olympics until Athens. He was so disillusioned by the poor Greek turn out to watch the athletes that he ceased his involvement in the Olympics. They were a lovely couple. It was his wife's second marriage. Her first husband had obviously died as she told me she didn't think what she had had in her first marriage could ever be ...
... pretty late for us to eat. The restaurant was pretty much empty, so we had the full attention of our wait staff. Our waiter was a young guy full of personality who catered to our every needs. We both had the free range chicken in fresh herbs but orders different types of potatoes. I had mashed potatoes that were glorious and Jer had lyonnaise potatoes. We enjoyed a French Pinot noir that was heavenly! We enjoyed our dinner so much it took us an hour to eat the ...
... so Sage, Joe, and I read while Bryn played. Then we all headed back to the metro for the final installment of the day.
We returned to the Cite of Science & Industrie because when we visited the Cite des Enfants, we hadn't had a chance to explore the rest of the building, and it looked really interesting.
Unfortunately, the science museum turned out to look like more fun than it was. There were many exhibits that ...
... including the Eiffel Tower (funnily enough, not as big as Binky was expecting haha), the Champs-Élysées, Opera Bastille (National Opera house) and the Arc De Triomphe. One of the scariest experiences of our lives was driving past the Champ-Élysées, which sits in the middle of a roundabout in the middle of the city. What's wrong with that you ask? Well. Let us paint you a picture. 12 entrance points, hundreds of cars, bicycles ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility