Ibis Paris Bercy Village 12eme
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... the Chaillot to the gardens below.
Several carrousels operate at the edge of the gardens, and during the past several trips I've teased and cajoled Dee to take a ride, but without success. Well, today she must have been feeling her oats, because she hopped aboard with the youngsters (and more than a few oldsters), whereupon I videotaped her "pole dancing" with a zebra in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower! Way to go, Dee!
... their Pisa to Rome flight and so they were routed via Paris and back to the States, and decided if they're going to be in Paris anyway, they might as well add a few days on and see if properly. Like I said. We didn't cover that much. I hardly learned a thing about them. At the airport, we had to do follow the age old custom when leaving a foreign country - claim back your GST/VAT. This process has largely been automated, with everything all carefully instructed ...
... A 30 minute taxi drive had us arrive at Hotel Bersolys Saint-Germain, where we were greeted by the hotel mascot 'Obi 1 Kanobi' - a very friendly fat terrior. The hotel was ideally situated, in walking distance to the Louvre and many excellent shopping districts. To orient ourselves we caught an open air bus that visited the main tourist attractions of ...
... sight! We cut through the Cour Carree and the Cour Napolean, taking a passage to reach the museum entrance on the rue de Rivoli.
The Musée des Arts Décoratifs is a museum of the decorative arts and design, located in the Palais du Louvre's northwestern wing, known as the Pavillon de Marsan. It displays some 150,000 works of decorative art, including ceramics, glass, jewelry, and toys. The collection traces decorative arts across history ...
... simple organic efficient lifestyle that were going very much with simplicity and good nature of its inhabitants.
In the contrast Paris buildings are totally disturbed specially the facade of ground floors totally destroyed by shops and business every one modified their portion to meet their own business needs which make sense in the capitalist system where everyone works for himself which is arguably factor in today’s human progress.