Mercure Paris Neuilly
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Caminando por las calles de París fue una experiencia
inolvidable. Fue difícil poder ver todos los sitios increíbles que te ofrece la
cuidad. Tratamos de ver los sitios más importantes. Lo primero que vimos fue la
Iglesia de Notre Dame. Luego caminamos hasta donde estaba la Torre Eiffel. De
todo lo que hicimos, subir la torre fue lo más divertido. Fue impresionante ver
la Torre en persona. No me di cuenta lo ...
... After our visit to the Louvre we hopped back on a bus, this time captained by the sanguine Daniel. After a short drive we arrived at Le Invalides. This former residence of 'invalides' or those injured in war, (commissioned in 1670 by Louis IX) was turned into a military museum and tomb of Napoleon from 1840 onwards. The students, in small groups led by teachers toured the museum looking at a variety of time periods (Medieval, Napoleonic, World War 1 and World War ...
... first one on the table to pick one up with the little tong things and eat it with the tiny fork. (Delicious) Pam who was sitting opposite me was a little hesitant to try them so after a few other people had had a try I egged her on a little and she decided to try. What came next was only comparable to Rachael (My Sister) eating brussel sprouts. Her face turned a deathly shade of white her hands started to flail wildly and Katie handed her some champagne and here I was ...
Little feast in the room and just mucked around in the hotel sorting everything for the next few days. We had dinner at the little BBQ grill place directly in front of the hotel - very American looking. Surprisingly decent proper BBQ cooked on an open fire in the corner and well-priced.
Next day we got the shuttle bus to the airport and jumped on the train into Paris proper. The old sounds of busking homeless people playing their French ...
... statue consists of a carved boat and a winged woman standing on the deck. Although she is missing her head and most of both arms, she is still very impressive.
The next printed sign directs us to the Italian galleries which feature the works of masters from across 600 years. There are some gorgeous paintings here and art students would have a field day. My first view of the gallery was of a long vaulted chamber - my first thought was "Man, this place is HUGE!". In between ...