Ibis Paris Poissy
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... something to show other Royalty who visited. It seems fitting that on the day of the death of Gough Whitlam, we see a place that helped finally bring about an end to the injustices of previous eras and paved the way for a more equitable society. I find it ironic that the Emperors, installed by the people seeking equality ended up living in the same opulence as the Royalty who had lost their heads. I suspect Napoleon, like his royal predecessors suffered from a ...
... features since we wanted to give others a chance but we had plenty of time to admire all the other works including Monet, Cezanne, Rembrandt as well as many other amazing paintings by less well know artists. We were so glad to have splashed out on the audio guide which gave us a much greater appreciate of the art than we would otherwise have got. It is a truly magnificent place - the buildings as well as the artworks they house - that lives up to it’s hype. After ...
both for his mastery of fine detail and assiduous craftsmanship. The
English art critic John Ruskin
examined his work at length under a magnifying glass, "marvelling at
... cemetery included men from many different countries - Canada, Britain, US, Russia, South Africa and Germany! The German gravestones were set apart from the others. To finish off the day, we had some time in the evening to head into town to eat dinner. Josh and I stumbled upon a great little 'boulangerie'. There we purchased - des macarons (macaroons), des meringues, un éclair et un cookie. My favourite was the chocolate ...
... underground and crypts. Definitely an eery place but an impressive labyrinth at least. After the pantheon we were ready for a light dinner so Bryan found a wine bar that supposedly offers small plates as well. Unfortunately the menu was entirely in French and all the google translate in the world couldn't fully help us. I got lucky with carafe of delicious red wine and a cheese plate while Bryan got some sort of frothy fish liquid grossness that barely ...