Ibis Styles Paris Bercy
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Well Paris was nothing like I expected. I did not get haggled once by a gypsie or a person trying to sell a selfie stick, it was reasonably clean, the shop owners were fairly polite and it was easy to get around. Some people on the tour experienced the bad side of Paris and had the gypsies and rude Parisians so we were very lucky. We got into Paris at about 4 pm and went straight to the Eiffel Tower. It was stunning and breathtaking and just amazing oh and -2 degrees. It was so cold, ...
... to the little Cafe Benjamin just around the corner from our hotel where we would have a proper breakfast.
We know this area well. We are staying at the same hotel we have stayed in on previous visits. It's quirky, decorated in French Provincial style. Very close to everything and the staff are very welcoming.
There were no croissants at the time we arrived so we were given a small fresh baguette each which was our ...
... Palace of Versailles for his household, leaving the Louvre primarily as a place to display the royal collection, including, from 1692, a collection of ancient Greek and Roman sculpture. Place de la Concorde The Place de la Concorde is one of the major public squares in Paris, France. Measuring 8.64 hectares (21.3 acres) in area, it is the largest square in the French capital. It is located in the city's 8th district, at the eastern end of the ...
... the catacombs remain officially open to the public but a lot of people sneak into the other sections. One group of Cato-philes actually set up a theatre to screen movies under there!
So you may be wondering, what about the 22 years thing? Well, 22 years ago when we were here, Ca wanted to go see the catacombs so I set out to try and find them with her (For those of you who do not know, C and I met in France in the summer of 1992, between 2nd and 3rd year when ...
... relatively low number of people there, allowing us to get quite close. We also caught Venus de Milo and many other Greek and Roman statues (Blake’s choice). Daniel wanted to see the Africa and Americas exhibit and we managed to get there before closing as well. This was all in addition to the many paintings from the 12th to 18th century that we got to see in between. It was an amazing place, which could easily take days to see ...