Hotel Du Lac
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... time we felt like this at a restaurant was in Florence. That night we flicked bread crumbs across the table at each other. Tonight we can't do this because the waitress didn't bring us any bread. Instead we line all the glassware up perfectly across the table in order from smallest to largest, with the salt shaker on one side and the Desperdos bottle on the other side. We make sure that the gap between each of the items is exactly the same. When we get ...
Nothing too strenuous planned today as the heat and jet lag had to be considered. Amazing breakfast in the hotel early and then we walked the 20 mins to Notre Dame cathedral. Stopped off at the National Archives centre which is just up the road from the hotel. Beautiful buildings going back to Napoleon..... Got to Notre Dame before it got too busy. A beautiful cathedral - ...
... Musée de l'Orangerie, home of a collection of Impressionistic artwork, and the Monet's Waterlilies. Painted in sections and then blended together in 8 large canvases, the Waterlilies are mounted in 2 oval rooms, specially designed by Monet himself to heighten the viewing experience. In one room, the scenes flow from early morning to late evening, the light reflecting off the water changing as the sky changes color. In the ...
... sizes and sometimes mediums ( bronze, marble, plaster). For example the Thinker is inside in smaller versions then the largest is outside in the garden. The sculpture of Balzac is inside in several versions, sizes and moods, then larger outside. He also did several of Victor Hugo. Rodin had a pose he called the Shadow and you can see this in various forms, genders and sizes - a human pose kind of leaning forward or ...
... to the Louvre. His recommendation was spot on - the museum was in an old building but the layout and artwork was very enjoyalbe. There is even a reward when you reach the top floor of more Monet paintings, then an outside view of the city. The clocks are also glass and see through; I ran out of time but the cafe behind this clock was also lovely. I would also highly recommend. I then headed back and grabbed some dinner; next, since it was such ...