BEST WESTERN Golf Hotel
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... from the giantness of the Louvre to the Tulleries for the longish walk to the l'Orangerie. It is so beautiful here today...high 60s, light breeze and few crowds. We really enjoyed this walk through the park....see pictures if you don't believe me. The l'Orangerie is home to Monet's Water Lily paintings.....large, soft, peaceful and lovely...Monet designed the space himself to be a retreat for stressed out working people...good call Claude! We also enjoyed some paintings by ...
... de-Triomphe - we counted 12 major roads! No wonder I had trouble crossing this roundabout many years ago before I realised there was an underpass! At the base of the Arch, there were a significant number of floral tributes from Armistice day celebrations the day before our visit. We then headed down to Hôtel des Invalides, which houses a huge military museum covering many of Frances's contribution to the world's wars. Louis XIV had this magnificent building constructed ...
... collection. Oh look - another Monet! More than the odd Van Gogh too. More walking - across the Tulleries to the Place de la Concord - spared a thought for the 1,190 heads set free here by the guillotine - and then up the Champs Élysées. And then - within 200 metres of the triumphal arch the team melted down and stumps (French equiv?) were called. Oh well - something for another ...
... It is a delightful little island with about three long streets. It is filled with little restaurant cafes and ice cream shops and is incredibly charming. We found a delicious and very reasonably priced café and spent the next hour enjoying a very French night. It was quite obvious that our waitress spoke absolutely no English – Lindsay was excited for the challenge. After about 5 solid minutes of practicing how to say, “We would like tap ...
... visited the other collection of paintings donated by an art dealer from Paris who was collecting in the early decades of the 1900's. Out of about 150 paintings on display, I liked about six of them.
Walking out of there I toyed with the idea of skipping Pompidou and going home to get out of what was becoming a cold and very wet day, but I took heart in the thought that it couldn't be any worse than what I had just seen.
Lo and behold when I got there there was no ...