Hotel & Residence Mercure Paris La Defense Grande Arche
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... got off the Metro train at the station nearest our appartment. We were aware that with underground stations you can't be sure just where you are going to emerge. Today it became a case of if you emerge at all. There was plenty of signage to various exits, and though we knew we were unlikely to come out where we had entered in the morning, we thought we were on the right track. After going through ticket operated ...
... match the visual I had of it. But then we saw the front of it. It was then that I was overcome with the special feeling of being in Paris, similar to when seeing the Eiffel Tower. Notre Dame was something studied all those years ago at high school and finally it was there in front of me. There was no line to speak of but for a few people in front of us. We lit candles and took quite some time to appreciate the wonder of this 12th century structure. I felt very humbled ...
... a little lunch and a break, then went to the Impressionism Museum just down the road. Lovely. Got the 4.15 shuttle back to Vernon, and now back in the hotel, having fought the mad hordes in the metro on the way back....Now calming down after that exercise, and we will meet to have our last dinner tonight at a little place just near St. Michel. Forgot to mention that the weather gods are still smiling....it was cloudy but fine when we left this ...
... needs some work Our Sri Lankin driver arrived apologising for his delay , we couldn't have cared less we were so relieved to be on our way . Marie our host from LaVilla Paris welcomed us and showed us to our room. As inviting as the bed looked we resisted ,showered and after a quick session with Marie we were on our way to explore Paris ...
... military battles. We don't learn this stuff in the US so it was fascinating to get the French version of history during the beginning of existence for the US. (1643-1870) After that, we went to the tomb of Napoleon I. This was massive and in an ornately decorated chapel on-site. With little time left, we went to the WWI and WWII Wing of the museum. Hearing how and why the war occurred from the perspective ...