Ibis Budget Paris Porte d'Aubervilliers
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Left a cold, damp & foggy London this morning & travelled on the Eurostar to Paris where it was cold, damp & foggy - well it is nearly winter. My hotel is nice, definitely bigger than my English digs. I am only 1 'rue' away from Jardin du Tuileries. Had a late lunch at Angelina which has been operating since 1903 - very Parisian - had ...
... is an amazing place, the Mona Lisa is still a whole lot smaller than one imagines, but it is still a beautiful, amazing, striking building. Max & I managed so squeeze in a visit to Napoleon's apartments (part of the Louvre) which were gorgeous and ostentatious. Given what he achieved one can't begrudge the wee man a little splendour! We then set off walking past the beautiful Arc du Carousel, along the tree lined, pedestrian only Jardin ...
... reassure ourselves though that a Jewish museum, if it was going to close on any day of the week it should at least be the Sabbath. Fortunately, this turned out to be the case, so we were able to spend the next couple of hours viewing the many interesting items on display and learning a great deal about Jewish history. Note this museum is dedicated to Jewish history and culture; it is not a holocaust museum.
A bonus was the temporary exhibition of the very ...
Good morning loved ones! We spent our morning getting things in order for the next leg of our trip. We are off to Paris for 5 days. We will then return to London briefly before heading home. Today we had a splendid lunch with friends of the King and Queen. They're quintessentially British and I love it. My love for the British began with Miss Webster, and it's a love that will never die. The fact that they enjoyed our company equally so ...
... Triumph out of respect for the unknown soldier buried there and those he represents. (They always marched up to and around the Arc).
After the Eiffel tower and the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe is one of those Iconic sights that visitors to Paris must go and see. It took me two weeks to get around to it, and on Friday I got off the metro on a cloudy morning to check it out. It only really looks huge and impressive when you are under or right next to it, from a distance ...