Hotel Le Quartier Bercy - Square Paris
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Following this we went to Notre Dame, then got back on the bus and headed to Musee d’Orsay. We spent about two hours in this gallery looking at paintings by Renoir, Monet and Van Gogh. The actual gallery is an amazing building its fair to say some appreciated their time here more than others. After the gallery we decided to walk to Galeries Layefette, the sales in Paris happen twice a year, today just happened to be the ...
... Daniel and I start to walk the streets of Paris. We go to a café to use the restroom and end up having a beer and glass of wine. We decide we will walk through the city rather than use our metro cards so we can see and discover more or Paris on our last night.
We head toward Notre Damn Cathedral. They are having mass but still allow visitors to walk the periphery. The church is magnificent but not truly how ...
... of the stained glass windows on the ground level were wire cages to protect them from vandalism. The only thing to slightly sully the visit were, once again, the swarms of loud, photo-happy tourists. Despite the signs that say "no photos" and "silence please." After leaving Notre Dame we quickly visited two more places right around the corner. The first was the "love lock bridge," named so because it is covered with tens of thousands of locks, placed there by ...
... this trip. We made our way down some side streets and located a small local grocer, where we purchased some drinks, snacks, etc for our hotel room. By now it was almost 1:00, so we headed back for the hotel, claimed our bags and were issued our room keys. This hotel has rooms on the smaller side. Friends who have cruised before will relate to the size I am referring to. But, this was ok, as were only there to sleep our extensive 4-5 hours each night. ...
... A short walk further brought us to a very trendy, and largely gay, area. There looked to be lots of cool shops, but this being Sunday all were closed. We saw a subway entrance not too far ahead so we made our way towards it. It ended up being right across from the Louvre, so we detoured into there and walked around the grounds, again not wanting to wait in line to get in and deciding that we may have to come back to Paris some day to have a peek inside these places ...