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- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Business Services
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... were fantastic, skaters on a small round stage, ventrioquist and 3 floor acrobats, the dancing itself was fine. All in all good night.
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The Mona Lisa is a half-length portrait of a woman by Leonardo da Vinci, which has been acclaimed as "the best known, the most visited, the most written about, and the most sung about, the most parodied work of art in the world" ...
... the river until we came to Notre Dame Cathedral. Lines to get in but the wait was well worth it. Those stained glass ‘rose’ windows are amazing. The size, architecture, fabric of the Church, the Church furniture and other decorations are truly spectacular.
Our next building was City Hall. Again another spectacular building. Of course it is not open to the public. Simple fountains are around ...
After lunch we headed out on a self-guided walking tour to Ile de la Cite and Ile St. Louis. After a quick stop at the Palais de Justice and the Flower Market, we found Notre Dame Cathedral – an amazing structure, both inside and out. It is considered to be one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture. Of note was the use of the flying buttress to support the walls, and some pretty cool gargoyles and chimeras. (In case you were ...
... Barcelona for a little while until it was time to get ready for dinner. All dolled up we hailed a Uber black car, with door service for 3euro less than the cab home would cost later in the evening, sold!
We arrived at the the Tower and were immediately embroiled in the thick of summer queues for the tower, thousands of people milling around. All of which made strolling up the empty JV entrance all the ...
... stunning as we wandered through many wonderful displays of their summer planting. The park was very busy, how unusual! The gardens are actually those of the French Senate which now sits in the Luxembourg Palace.
Making our way back on the Metro, using our last tickets from our booklet of 20, we checked the bus stop from which a bus leaves and goes directly to Montparnasse TGV station, which is where we need to be tomorrow morning when we ...