Hotel Residence Les Halles
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... course, a burger for carey at McDonald's. After a quick walk through the underground tunnel to the Arc, we made it just in time to see fresh flowers and little ceremony being performed at the tomb of the unknown soldier. We walked around commenting on how little we knew about Napolean. We were quite sure he did not lack self confidence.
Dinner was a few blocks a way, but we had some time to kill so we stopped for a few drinks ...
... the scene in X-Men where Patrick Stewart goes on that walkway with the helmet that he talks to all the mutants with. Very high tech.
We grab a map and try and work out where to go first. Mona Lisa is a must - and the crowds around her are simply ridiculous. Its like the paparazzi photographing Angelina Jolie. Again, wheelchair here is good. You walk up to the attendant and you are pushed right in front of the painting. Happy days.
... neither Disneyland or the Studios were crowded and the longest wait on a ride was about 20min, where during weekends they extend out to over 2hrs for some rides.
Disneyland was great and we had a full afternoon fitting in all the attractions. The last time we were at Paris Disneyland we were treated to snow, and today did not disappoint with a light snow coming over us in the afternoon. We love snow! Our trip ...
... back and we got to go.
We went to the Louvre. It was full of famous paintings and statues.
We saw the most famous painting called Mona Lisa. We all so saw Winged Victory with no head and a real life mummy with knifes, masks and other things.
It was so boring. I got tired of walking.
We went to a church with gargoyles all over it. Then we walked ...
... Pantheon is undergoing some renovation; don't know what is going on underneath, but the folks seem happy about it. Our friends ended a perfect meal of roasted veal with this pretty cake. We hopped a train for Melun to visit the Chateau Vaux-le-Vicomte. It was built by Nicolas Fouquet, finance minister to Louis XIV, with the landscaping done by André Le Nôtre. The King was so jealous of the chateau ...