Hotel Meyerhold Opera
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- Minbar in room
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... for those who had a Museum Pass and were able to enter fairly quickly. Inside, we discovered that photography is not allowed in the galleries so that was disappointing. In the Louvre, you can take pictures of everything, just sometimes not with flash. Anyway, pretty much everything I wanted to see was on the 5th floor so I headed up there while Renee waited for Matthew. The museum recently underwent a 2 year renovation and the 5th floor houses ...
... visit. While there, we were surprised to see some of my favourite Impressionists in a permanent exhibit which allowed non-flash photography. As we observed with a self portrait of Van Gogh last visit, books and posters really don't do the paintings justice, they're so vibrant and colourful and beautiful in real life. Narelle and John took Sophie home for a crawl around, to stretch her legs and her scheduled afternoon nap so we did our own thing. We walked along the shops opposite the ...
... to ditch dinner, continue shopping, and meet up with the group at the Eiffel Tower later! So we went back and ended up giving Ainsley (an Australian in the CERN group) a fashion makeover.
Once finished, we caught the metro to Trocadéro to take photos of the tower from above. We found a crêpe van there too and ate crêpes for dinner while staring at the Eiffel Tower. We walked down to meet the group, arriving half an hour after we were meant to, but luckily the group ...
... sights. Isabel quite liked the French music that was played in between and even started signing to it. It was very repetitive.
We saw the Arc de Triomphe, The River Seine, and you can't go to a city without a protest riot. All this viewed whilst sitting on top of the open top bus. Well worth the money.
Eiffel Tower queues here we ...
... It was nuts with people changing across 4 lanes to gain an advantage and hundreds of scooters and bikes roaring between the lanes. It was a relief to pull into the parking station and ditch the car. We checked into the Mercure, which is right at the station and had a calming beer. We walked down the hill to Bvde Diderot and found a nice place for dinner. Paris prices had not dropped in our absence, but we enjoyed the meal and retired early for our early start in the ...