Hotel des Tuileries
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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The Louvre Museum is the largest collection of art Europe. This is where we started our day, after picking up our Paris Museum Passes. Everyone hears about the huge lines outside the pyramid, and we saw them. We did not, however have to stand in one. A bit of research told us of other ways to get in with smaller lines. We entered through the Port de Lions located at the top of the left hand side of this "U" shaped building. We entered wirh only a group of ...
... their picnics. By now Valerie and I had lost everyone and alot of people had watched the 11pm light show and gone home. I was a bit hesitant two chicks taking a taxi alone but we saw 4 guys from our tour in the distance, all Australian, Div was born in SA but moved when he was 5 or so, Josh who is originally Croatian, Daniel and William. We caught up with them and asked if we could join them. We then all chilled on the grass park while waiting for the show, at midnight on the ...
... down the ladder from the bed over the cab every time I need to use the facilities during the night.
Okay, that's the justification. Now the fun: I like to cook, I like to shop for food and consider that a valid travel experience (more sociologist than menu reading). I like to wander streets and get to learn the alternate paths and shortcuts.
These photos aren't of cool skylines or famous sites; they are of our camping car, and our apartment.
... people to check it out. It's not that impressive really and Ron and I were trying to work out why it is so famous! The paintings around it were heaps better, some of them went across an entire wall. We walked around for a while with Ron telling me endless information that he had googled. We checked out the Renaissance paintings, Italian sculptures which were amazing and then we headed down to the Egyptian section to check out some mummys. Then we headed ...
... had windows on the garden side where they could see the common ground below and the other apartment buildings and then a window on the street side. The building across from our chef would have faced onto a different street. It's always surprising how many people live in these tucked away places that look deceptively small.