Grand Hotel du Palais Royal
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We’d been here several times before but only seen the outside so this was the perfect time to look inside. The day was hot and it was great to be inside out of the sun. L’Opera is stunning; almost as stunning as Versailles and I particularly enjoyed standing on a balcony on the front of the building, listening to the very good singer in the square and just watching the goings on below. One of those really enjoyable moments and ...
... ensemble who performed Vivaldi's Four Seasons.There was a great deal of security to enter Sainte-Chapelle, since we were routed through a part of the Ministry of Justice, which is next door and actually contiguous.
Dinner at the restaurant across from the hotel, Les Noces de Jeanette, where I had a steak. It turned out to be the only beef I ate in Europe, and it was delicious. Our last dinner in Paris...
... map, fortunately we noticed that someone had dropped their map so quickly we picked it up. The map was for English speaking tourists, thank god! We found our way to the Mona Lisa to find a crowd of 12 deep around it. Megan was able to get a good photo of it by holding her phone well above the heads of the people in front. Nobody seemed to be moving so that was as close as we got to view it. We checked out many other exhibits as well as ...
... find the few grey bricks that remain. Next I caught the metro over to La Conciergerie. Over 1,000 people at a time were prisoners here and many were executed. I was able to visit a room which listed them all. There was many amazing artefacts in display (I photographed just about everything!) but my favourite was a letter to the Revolutionary Tribunal from Robespierre. The La Conciergerie is a ...
Woke up at the crack of dawn (that's 7:00 for us) to see the catacombs, weird and creepy. Picked up more fancy pastries for later. We hit Ste. Chappelle, cruised over to Montmartre and climbed to Sacre Coeur. Sacre Coeur- very cool. Montmartre- mob scene. Sam found a great crepe place for dinner. The dessert crepes ( Nutella for Sam, apples and vanilla ice cream for Steve and Becky) were to die for. Fueled by dinner, decided to try to climb Eiffel Tower ...