Ibis Styles Paris Gare De L'Est Chateau Landon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... Pizza Vesuvius, on the Champsélysées, to have lunch. Lorne and I shared a Hawaiian Pizza and we had some sprite, which cost about $40! We headed back to the pick up point at the top of the Champsélysées, the Arc De Triomphe. The Avenue des Champs-Élysées is a boulevard that is 1.9 kilometres long and 70 metres wide, which runs between the Place de la Concorde and the Place Charles de Gaulle, where the Arc de Triomphe is located. It was very ...
... to get a reservation for 7. The lady said that they were full but might have a table outside depending on the weather. It was raining slightly. We bought what we needed and then then went back to the restaurant and a man was putting out tables, he said they were full. So Dave and Melody walked two blocks to the Indian Restaurant but it was closed.
Getting back to the apartment we decided to try to get in at the Korean restaurant. So Ann came with ...
... it tied in with the next stop, a 10 min walk to the l'Orangerie. Here is housed the huge eight water lilly murals done by Monet around 1920-26. Amazing to see them, entitled 'Nympheas', in 2 large rooms under difuse light as he specified before his death in 1926.
We will reflect upon our visit when visiting Monet's Garden tomorrow!
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The history of the Opera de Paris was told (in English) by a tall curious Frenchman who was clearly passionate about his job - he shared all the stories including the famous 'phantom of the opera'. This place is seen to be believed - richly decorated Grand Foyer, grand sweeping staircases all in marble and then the breathtaking paintings lining the ceilings (similar to Versaille they said), chandelliers and ...
... Past the Invalides and up the Champ de Mars. Winter is a spectacular time to wander Paris. Especially on a crisp clear day like it was today. We even sat out the front of a cafe along the way, ordered a couple of coffees and a club sandwich and pretended to be true Parisians enjoying the afternoon and complaining about tourists. The effect only slightly shattered by us taking lots of photos, and not speaking any French. At Tour Eiffel, we didn't go up - the ...