Ibis Saint Gratien
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... the multitude of visitors through the exhibits. With approximately 9 million visitors annually the museum is the most visited in the world.
We both enjoyed Dan Brown’s thrilling novel, The Da Vinci Code, so were fascinated to see parts of the Louvre that are included in thestory line.
The Jardin Des Tuileries (Tuileries Garden) provides a beautiful ...
... pretend like they're not there or acknowledge them, even if you accidentally make eye contact with someone else. Of course the majority of the people are by their iPhones in closing of the rest of the world. iPhones outnumber Samsung or other devices 10:1.... Move over religion and television - the iPhone is the undisputed optiate of the masses! But I'm being too ******* the well dressed Parisian proletariat. When we've travelled as a family on ...
... us through this (like a boss, I must add), we pulled over and were told we had exactly 15 minutes to go check out the Eiffel Tower. Rapunzel quite literally went running. Now okay, okay, you've all seen the pictures, the tourist snaps, the movie scenes, how much better can it really be in person, right? Answer: only like 329689246 times. That's right. I did the math. It's astonishing, breathtaking. And to top the moment off, as we finally managed to ...
... a ticket and their was no way I was prepared to pay another €9.50. Some people would find it more interesting than myself. Les Invalides officially known as L'Hôtel national des Invalides (The National Residence of the Invalids), is a complex of buildings in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, France, containing museums and monuments, all relating to the military history of France, as well as ...
(Written in December) After a fairly uneventful morning in little old archway, we headed out for Luton airport to catch a plane to the city of love, Paris. Luton airport is unlike any other airport that I have ever been to. Obviously not international, very.. Cheap I guess is the word as mostly budget airlines fly out of it. We checked our bags in and then had to take our passports to a random desk where a lady stamped them and I guess that was immigration? (If you could even call it ...
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