Le Manoir De Gressy
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... de Colmar, and to the
painter Tilman Grommé, who farmed out the small park and demolished the
entrance gateway to the forecourt, enclosing the severely reduced space
with a wrought iron grille brought from the Château de Mailly in
In 1905, the State purchased the château to save it from ...
... at the far end of the route, at the Trocadero. This is a big open square, with views of the Eiffel Tower and Paris skyline. After taking photos, including a selfie with the Eiffel Tower in the background, we had a short walk to cross the Seine, where we lined up for the cruise. This was a big boat, and held lots of people we had a window seat, but the window was closed and it was hard getting photos without reflections! The cruise was good, ...
Continued as a seperate blog, as didn't want to 'over- photo ( but I don't think that's a word) the last one. After the cruise on the Seine, we bussed around to the back of the Eiffel Tower and joined the smaller queue to ascend. As we had tickets and our Tour Director, they let us in the quick queue, so it only took 20 mins. As the director said, "If you don't like queues, you won't like Paris." Up to the first floor where the restaurant 58 Eiffel Tower is. ...
... There were only 11 in the group comprising of 5 Aussies, 1 Chinese,
1Russian and 3 from Ecuador. We walked by the Eiffel Tour, then the Ecole
Militaire (Military School), where Gill pointed out bullet and tank damage from
WW2. We walked through the Musee de L’Armee (Invalides), across the Pont
Alexandre 111, and into the Place de Concorde. We lunched in the Jardin de
Tuilleries, the best meal so far. On the way Gill had ...
For as many years as we've been here, and as many times I've walked by the synagogue designed by Hector Guimard in the Marais (he's the guy who designed all those iconic art nouveau entrances to the Metro throughout Paris), I never knew one could visit the synagogue. It's an orthodox synagogue, right across the street from a yeshivah, and many times ...