Hotel & Residence Mercure Paris La Defense Grande Arche
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... closed on Mondays. I could swear that I checked them out and believed they closed on Tuesdays, ah well c'est la vie baby.
The pictures I took may not convey the enormous size and total opulence of the Dome of Des Invalides and the stunning open tomb that was created under the dome to house the body of Napoleon Bonaparte. Les Invalides was a hospital and retirement home built by Louis XIV (Who built Versailles) for about 4000 old ...
First up this morning we went on a 4 hour cycle tour of the secrets in Paris and then up the Eiffel Tower, to the top, amazing views, queues were terrible even with the tour passes but can now say Ive been there and seen it. Monty and I got out on the 2nd level and ran done the stairs to the bottom, I forget Im nearly "40", legs feel like jelly now. After the tower we went to Super B a comic book restaurant with beautiful Hamburgers. Then home by 9pm. Enjoy the ...
... the plate provided me with lunch too. If you think that is mean of me, let me tell you that there were many people at breakfast who ate two or three times what I did. I don't think they missed one demi-baguette with nutella and an apple. My first task was find a dealer in my phone company. No deal. I found an affiliated company and got a taxi there. They fiddled with my phone and found the same issues. They had never seen it before so could not help. I actually felt better. It ...
... the place and the food was just as good as I remembered. However, we wanted to sit by the window, which ended up being a mistake as all the cold was seeping thru the glass and we were FREEZING all through our meal.
Marcy wanted to visit the Shakespeare Book store, so this was next on the list. It's housed in a really old and quirky building, with lots of hidden-type compartments and books were crammed in everywhere. And it was warm, which was ...
... five metres wide and twenty-two metres deep. We viewed it first from the top of Avenue des Champs Elysées, then took the underground pedestrian walkway under the Place Charles de Gaulle roundabout to come up right beside the Arc.
From the Arc de Triomphe we again went underground to get back to Avenue des Champs Elysée. We walked the street, window shopping - or "window licking" as we're told the French call it - at the cafés and luxury specialty shops. It may be home to ...
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