Hotel Saint Augustin Elysees - Astotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... cool, and the ruins were pretty awesome as well. After the museum we got some gelato at Amorino before walking to the louvre. Because it was Friday the louvre was open late, until 9:45. We arrived at around 6 and had to wait a very reasonable 20 minutes before getting into the museum. We saw the Egyptian sarcophagus exhibit (complete with full fledged mummy- pretty ...
... and away we went. Day one we decided to stay on the whole route and decide after what we want to visit. The whole trip takes around 2.5 hours, with the first pick up point right next to the Eiffel Tower and the longest and slowest part going along the Champs Élysées. It is such a heavily congested street and it runs into the Arc de Triomphe and back down the other side. Champs Élysées is the most expensive street in all of Paris with some of the biggest names ...
... the Basilica, a Roman Catholic Church. The inside was built beautifully and the outside was magnificent. Julia and I walked through a gate that said no trespassing but we got some great pictures from that view. Atop this hill is where we watch the Eiffel Tower sparkle on the hour. it was beautiful.
After seeing the Tower sparkle we traveled back tot he hotel by subway, played cards again and went to ...
... between us and all the little Ratatouilles - but maybe for next time.
So we went on to Musee Rodin only to find it was closed inside but we had access to the outside - this is where the main sculptures were anyway and we were happy to wander around the gardens taking it all in... The Thinker, The Whistler Muse and The Gates of Hell. Not really knowing a whole lot about the artist he seemed a very talented & creative ...
... Hockey alum and his cousin, we had a more direct, much more straight-forward journey home thanks to Zack. At the bus stop, who do we meet? But two New Yorkers who had came to see their nephew ON THE OTHER TEAM! All we could do was laugh... unreal. They had done the journey from Paris earlier to what they described to be "the sticks", so they assisted us in making it back in one piece much more simply than our way there. Thanks to their help, we survived what ...