Ibis Nogent Sur Marne
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Wed Oct 22. After breakfast in the hotel lobby we caught a taxi to the Louvre (our hotel is a bit out of town). Joined the queue to get into the Louvre, lucky we joined when we did! It took about 45 mins to get in the door!! Headed straight to the Mona Lisa room which was quite crowded, then wandered around for a couple of hours. Once we were art'ed out ...
... are immediately cleaned by an attendant the moment you exit them, we took a quick glance at the Tuileries gardens outside of the Louvre, then continued our trek across the Seine towards our ultimate destination of the day, the Tour Eiffel. En route we passed the National Assembly (like the US Congress), the Hotel des Invalides (a former military hospital that looks like a palace--those French kings do everything with style), and several ...
... I was here was about 35 years ago and it was a cold, dull, wintery day - today it was sunny and stunning. Views are just amazing - could pick out lots of landmarks and it makes you realise how many beautiful historic buildings there are in ...
... them art (check out the pair of trousers to see what I mean). But many of them were really funny (like the hands in plastic gloves throwing shadows on the wall), and some were really clever (like the row of round objects on the floor that ended with a yellow bubble car towing a big trailer in the shape of an orange). There were a lot of things to see on that floor and every so often you'd get close to a window and see the rain pelting down outside.
Just when I ...
... kaboodle, to the state of France on the condition it would be maintained as a museum complete. And it is stunning. The gardens are a combination of beds and beds of roses of every description and colour, all in full glorious bloom, trees perfectly pruned into emerald cones, and lawn, manicured and soft. Nestled in between are sculptures, huge bronze beasts, torsos, writhing couples, busts, hands and feet seemingly out of proportion to the size of the actual figure. Rodin ...