Premiere Classe Orly Rungis
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that spot easily. Being here on a wednesday in the off season was great for avoiding crowds and lines (basically non-existent), but I can't help but wonder how much more beautiful it would be in the summer. Would like to come back someday in july or august. Plus, when you're at versailles in the off season, some parts are closed, some parts are being restored, a lot of landscaping work is taking place. This holds true for a lot of cities ...
... then we were in. The Louvre has Egyptian and Greek collections. Between the British museum, the Vatican and the Acropolis and now the Louvre I think we've seen the entire Greek collection. The Venus de milo is located in the Greek collection. Created sometime between 130 and 100 BC, it is believed to depict Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty (Venus to the Romans). It is a marble sculpture, slightly larger than life size at 203cm high. The arms and original plinth ...
... get back across town to our apartment. We are only 100m from a metro station (Parmentier) which is great. We bought a 5 day rail pass so we can really explore.
Mikaela is getting really good at reading metro maps and working out lines and where we need to change. We are just working out our trip to Disneyland tomorrow as we want a sleep in. It opens at 10 and closes at 10.
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We have our last 1/2 day in Paris before getting onto the Eurostar and making our was to London. We did our final happy laps around Paris and then spent some time sitting on the grass under the Eiffel Tower watching the many photo poses people attempt under the Eiffel Tower. By the time we had finished saying goodbye to Paris we had less than an hour to be ready for our pickup which would take us from our hotel to the station ...
... 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 ...