Ibis Paris Gare de l'Est 10eme
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... and it let us jump the queue and go straight in, basically paid for itself just there! We went through the giant glass pyramid and grabbed a map and had no idea where to start. The place was huge! We went and bought an audio guide which was an interactive Nintendo 3DS. There was a selection of different tours that your device would take you on, so we chose to go on the masterpiece tour. It took us through the foundations of the museum where the ...
... will be walking along, and all of a sudden you spot the tip of the tower around the corner. It’s almost like a game of peekaboo! Rather than the lazy option of taking an elevator, we chose the cheaper, healthier and shorter queued option of taking the stairs. We were a little worried waiting in line as they had pretty strict security including bag searches, and Mikey had his opinel knife in his back pack (required for all those French picnics), but fortunately we managed to slip ...
... pictures of Joyce with Rossini, Chopin, and Francis Poulenc.
Then the long ride home on the Metro. We so full from lunch that we ate light at a Creperie and had buckwheat creeps, apparently a speciality of Brittany.
Tomorrow we are off to Montmartre to visit Sacre Coeur.
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... out of the many fountains but they were having a good time. The canal on the southern side of the road was not nearly as impressive or as well loved, and appeared to be more functional. Wednesday 6th August Off to Palais Versailles today. Morning rendezvous worked well and had time for a lovely omelet for breakfast. Rain got heavier as we got closer to the palace but eased a bit when we arrived. Have never seen so many people lined up to get in ...
... there was quite a queue, so we waited about an hour during intermittent rain showers before we could enter, since the total number of visitors allowed in at any given time was being regulated by the museum staff. Like its larger sibling across the street, the Grand Palais, the Petit Palais was built for the 1900 Universal Exposition, on the Avenue Winston Churchill along the banks of the Seine. We had visited the galleries inside the ...