Chambiges Elysees Hotel
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... is as chaotic as their driving – with multiple near collisions from people careering from one side to the other, not looking, not caring, etc etc…..but made it back safely (with no holes). Then some more walking to go to the Musee Marmottan Monet – a special gift for me to enjoy the reputed largest collection of Monet paintings anywhere in the world. Did not disappoint – with the huge gallery of his works (including a stack of ...
... who died in WW1
- Champs de Elysees
>Disney store makes the most money on the entire strip
- Plaice de Concorde
>largest square but not a square but an octagon
>cleopatras needle in the middle
>statue at each corner represents a country
... over and suggested that we go on an adventure and possibly go see the Paris Catacombs, she agreed so I pulled out my tablet to get the address and to see how much admission was. Both ended up being good news; they were easy to get to, and the admission price for anyone under 26 (with proof of identification) was just the low price of only €4. So we decided to go, getting there wasn't hard and neither was finding the actual place. The ...
... so well worth the effort. I just loved this and is one of the hightlihgts of my holiday. It is so beautiful all lite up. Just absolutely awesome!!! Photos cannot do it justice. After sitting just looking and taking it in, we decided to go and have some dinner in the local area and then come back and take one last look before going home. I especially wanted to see the twinkling of the lights which happens on the hour for about 5 minutes. We enjoyed a Thai meal (been ...
... for a cafe creme and an apple tart (followed by two macaron). It was nice to sit and watch the passing parade of pedestrians wander past us.
Heading further along the Rue de Rivoli we stopped at the Hotel de Ville, an imposing building with its large square and the Pompidou Museum not far away. The Jewish quarter along the Rue des Rosiers was packed with locals queuing up for falafels and kosher takeaway food. Jewish traders were selling a particular kind of produce on ...