Ibis Paris Marne La Vallee Val d'Europe
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... Louvre. Used the 'secret stairs' Octavia told us about yesterday and didn't have to line up at all to buy our tickets. The line at the main glass pyramid was long and we walked past it to get straight in. A bit weird to see all the high end shop, but particularly Starbucks under the Louvre. Spent about 2 hours looking at the fantastic displays. The museum itself is art. Beautiful. 2 hours gave us a small but impressive taste of the Louvre. We were told by a man yesterday that ...
... t cheap, and I wish I could tell
you they built the tunnel out of glass so you can watch the sea as you pass
through it! But alas that would be a lie as once onboard the train we both
dropped. Physically dropped. It was as if the last few hours someone had been
controlling us like string puppets and they cut the strings and let us finally
dip into peace.
The train was relatively quick…. Well an
hour quicker than we thought as the ...
... are few thus rare but plenty on offer here. He did not stay around as long as some - he shot himself before he reached forty. They are good but prefer others such as Cezanne and Renoir. A real highlight was to sit and enjoy the painting - Dancing at the Moulin de la Galette ( you do know it, the Renoir with the people sitting and dancing at a soirée), the vividness in colour compared to the print, just a delight. Not to mention so many Monets they become hum drum. Time ...
We purchased the Museum Card for 42Euros. If we have paid the full admission price at each of the museums, we would have paid more so generally this was a good purchase all around as it saved us some time from the cue. You could tell by everyone's faces, this was enough touring, enough walking and it was time to head back to the apartment.
Given this was our last night in Europe and more specifically Paris, Deb and I decided to go out and ...
... given the title Marquis of Bath and Longleat is still privately owned. The current Marquis, Alexander Thynne, is 82 and we got to see not only the traditional parts of the house but also parts of the house where the family currently live which have been painted by the Marquis in a rather eccentric and three dimensional manner. The house which looks a bit like Downton Abbey but even bigger and is set on 100s of acres of beautiful grounds which ...