Grand Hotel Senia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free airport shuttle
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Nest stop was the Lourve. We managed to get lost in this famous art museum several times but still we were able to see the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo. I preferred the Venus de Milo as there were not as many tourists around taking selfies. You can appreciate the beauty of the art more in quietness rather than chaos.
Our final stop was the Notre Dame cathedral. This, in my humble opinion, is the most beautiful church ever! There is something so ...
... t used to crowds and they all seemed to be in front of the Mona Lisa painting.
Wow, what a push and shove to get the photo of what we thought was not that impressive. (are we allowed to say that about one of the most famous/important paintings in the world)
We saw all the must see things, the kids thought the mummy was the most interesting. After walking around this huge building for a couple of ...
... museum unless you want to spend a week or more touring the 14+ acres of exhibit space. On top of that, with 9.7 million visitors coming to the museum annually, it is crowded.
Our objective at the Louvre was to pick a few spots, fight our way through the crowds, look at what we wanted and get out of there. I don't like crowds. A comparative shot of the Statue of Venus de ...
... 8 hours there we did not come anywhere near to seeing all of the Palace and 1,000 acres of grounds. We didn't realize that there is more than one Palace at Versailles and we got to tour 3 of them. We estimate we walked over 8 kilometers.
Built in 1661 by Louis XIV as a hunting lodge, it became a permanent residence by Louie XV and Louis XVI until 1837 and the Revolution. During the revolution most of the furniture was ...
Woke to a fine, sunny, warm day for a change. The plan for today is to walk through Le Marais, down past Notre Dame, and have a tour on the big red bus. This is an open topped hop on hop off bus that tours the main tourist attractions of Paris. Le Marais is a very old part of Paris, with a Jewish quarter and narrow streets filled with small shops. None of the streets are straight, and it is quite difficult to follow maps! We crossed onto the island where Notre Dame sits. It is a ...