Mercure Paris Gobelins Place d'Italie
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... 8217;s family. The first day we arrived, they took us to Sacre Coeur, a Church that looks out onto the centre of Paris. We’ve also been to a couple of Museums together, including the Rodin Museum and Musee D'Orsay and the Pompidou Centre. From the Pompidou Centre we could see Sacre Coeur and the Eiffel Tower. We’ve also done simple things like getting falafel for lunch, and going to the park. The day we went to the Rodin Museum, which also has a ...
... 10 times in the 2 hours we were there) and ask if you speak English. Under the influence of too much wine Scott finally gave in and acknowledged one of them. He signed the petition "Art Vandelay" and his story was that he was a latex salesman. We had a great laugh. She didn't appreciate it that we didn't give her any money.
After a wonderfully relaxing lunch, we ruined our moods by going up the Eiffel Tower. A horrible experience. A nightmare. If you are thinking about doing ...
Well from one extreme to the other. Mind you didn't exactly jump out of bed at the crack of dawn so by the time we got organised it was already 10.30 as we walked back down to passage Joffrey. I had seen a chest of drawers and two bedside tables that I thought would suit the back bedroom and after measuring up, went back to the shop and bought them. On to delierqon for a pepper grinder for north adelaide and hopped ...
... we enjoyed priority access to the elevator and could enjoy the view of the city without the long waiting time.
The dinner itself began with a glass of champagne, then a three-course meal with a shrimp and avocado appetizer, followed by codfish with pureed potatoes, and a selection of tempting dessert items. The presentation of the dishes was very impressive, and we all gave the food high marks, but the service was ...
... in the world. His brother was by his side throughout his whole life. We went to Van Gogh's home - just a small room in a lodge, walked through the town, and then ended at the cemetery where he and his brother Theo are buried. The town has placed weatherproof posters of Van Gogh's work next to the place he painted. You see these throughout the village. In the afternoon, we sailed to Vernon. Our walking tour was very pleasant. The town isn't touristy - very old with ...