Green Hôtels Paris 13
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... were correct and maybe this week it was even more crowded since the Louve will also be closed on Thursday for New Years. The entrance lines were too long and we missed our scheduled English tour. It was mayhem everywhere in the massive former palace. Over a thousand people were in the Mona Lise room with hundreds more waiting to enter. Beside getting lost a couple times, we concentrated our two hours in the museum winding through the rooms ...
... in Latin Quarter. Latin Quarter was awesome! We went to a bar thing where you sit down and hangout and it was connected to a dance floor. They had a special where you buy four shots and they put an Eiffel Tower in them and light it on fire haha it was so fun. We stayed out for a little while and then headed back exhausted and went straight to bed.
The next day we left the hotel early to make mass at Notre Dame. Notre Dame was amazing! The church was so pretty. ...
... Christopher, Gary, and I took a walk to a dimsum parlor for dinner one evening-better than NY but not as good as San Francisco. We viewed the famous street art of the 13th on the way—very impressive with entire buildings covered with art.
One thing we love to do is cook and here in Paris we can ...
... old lift up to the 5th floor where we found we have a balcony with a view of the Eiffel Tower! It was lovely to have a shower and put on fresh clothes before heading out with raincoats on to have a bit of a walk and find some lunch.
I suggest the island to the west of where we are which has a replica Statue of Liberty, always seen from afar and never yet visited. We only get as far as the Boulevarde de ...
... It was a lot of fun walking around this ritzy area even if I couldn't afford anything.
We then made our way to the Louvre, which "is one of the largest and most important museums in the world. It is housed in the expansive Louvre Palace, situated in the heart of Paris. The collection of the Louvre Museum was first established in the 16th century as the private collection of King Francis I. One of the works of art he purchased was the ...