Hotel du Parc
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Today we had a bit of a sleep in before we said our goodbyes to the tour and took a taxi to our new hotel. We dropped off our bags and then caught the metro to the Louvre. You could spend days at the louvre and I don't think you would really see everything in this museum. Luckily the audio guide has pre programmed tours to the most important pieces. Despite it being low season there was still plenty of people/tour groups around. We saw the Mona Lisa, and ...
... bread salad and green salad completed the meal. Oh but then there was cheese and yes 36 month old Compte Terry!!!! David had also bought a fabulous cream sponge cake and my friends from LA who were staying in off site bought a huge selection of fabulous glacé fruits. They were wonderful. Some of the party retired to the pool room while others played charades. A great night and an early one after the late one the night before. S ...
... the Arc is great, big and impressive but it's the traffic that is amazing. Some 11 exits at this round a bout - we sat and watched for several minutes as buses and trucks drove what seems to be right across several lanes of traffic and the others stopped. We expected a fender bender at least and had bets going but alas - nothing beyond a few beeps. Supposedly your rental car insurance does not cover you if ...
... legion just amble along. After the parade some soldiers of the different regiments walked through the crowds and repeatedly had their photos taken with eager women to stand next to them. Isi, Dawn and Hattie didn’t miss out.
It seemed as though the parade had finished, although still lots of people waited by the barriers, so we set off via the Metro, which wasn’t as manic as first thing, to the Louvre as today was free to ...
... collections of impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces by Monet, Manet, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne, Seurat, Sisley, Gauguin and Van Gogh have called this museum home since opening in 1986. It is also the place where the movie 'Hugo' was revolved around. It was interesting for a bit but I really do not have that real art appreciation, for paintings especially. Listening to Alejandro talk about each painter and his evolvement in their respective periods ...