Hotel Kyriad Bezons
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the tickets. We had excellent seats, which Brian and I really appreciated! But truthfully, if you are considering coming to Paris, the MR is worth seeing. The singing, dancing, and supporting acts are simply great to watch. Of course there is the girl swimming with the pythons. If you know Dianne well enough you will appreciate she got very nervous when the snake tank started to rise from the depths. I haven't asked, but I can only assume she hasn't ...
... to the Louvre. By the time we got there (given a few diversions like taking the wrong line and backtracking), we got to the louvre at 3.30 and by the time we got tickets it was close to 4pm. Only two hours at the best art gallery and museum in the world was simply never going to be enough but we did our best until our feet were again aching. We took some picture outside the louvre and stopped off at the Paul stand in the Tulieries gardens for a rest and something ...
... cafes with fantastic ambience.
Our visit this time must be much lighter on the walking, since we have our parents with us (the oldest of which is 88!), so we do our best to navigate the city’s best sights using the network of subways —lovingly called “The Metro” here. Even this approach involves a few miles of walking each day (along with lots of stairs), but our parents do great, and are real troopers, as we explore the city together ...
... to the apartment.
I stayed in for a rest while Lea cooked up a storm for our dinner & some food for their little boy Paul. Lynda headed out for another walk around with Mat. I made sure the battery was full in the camera & wanted Lynda to take heaps of pics... but my battery change wasn't so successful & she ran out of power half way through, with some great photos taken along the way!
Later in the day the weather had improved a little ...
... Paris's first university, which is also said to be the first university in the world. Passing back via Notre Dame, we then make our way along the Seine River, crossing it again near the Musee d'Orsay, which now holds mostly French impressionist and post-impressionist works from the likes of Renoir, Monet and Van Gogh. Musee d'Orsay was formerly a railway station until its conversion in 1986. Now on to the square where the most active ...