BEST WESTERN - Le Patio Saint-Antoine
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Bonjour! Last night I walked to the Louvre just to see it at night. It was about an hour walk from where we are staying. It wasn't very cold, just right to walk. I walked down around the waterfront all the way there and was able to see the Eiffel Tower in the distance. When I got tithe Louvre I had to walk all the way around because it's enclosed …
... the Arc de Triomphe (commissioned by Napoleon in 1806, and completed in 1836), the Gothic Cathedral of Notre Dame, Place d'la Concord, the Invalid, the Opera, and the Louvre. We stopped and walked in the beautiful Luxembourg Gardens. The bus let us off at the Musee D'Orsay. We walked along the Seine. We stopped at the Pont d' Beaux Artes and bought a lock. We placed ours with thousands of others and through the keys into the Seine. We continued ...
... sooooooo fast! This'll be harder than I thought.
The flight was a two hour turbulence fest, which was no problem for me. Brittany, on the other had, kept a special bag close by...fortunately she never needed it. We landed and again waited in the outrageously long customs line. They didn't ask us a single question, just stamp and go. How could this take so long??? I had a good time pointing out to Mom and Dad how easy the airport ...
We withdrew our €930 each for the university fee and then spent a half hour trying to work out how to buy a ticket without coinage; being sent from one side of the station to the other in search of, what turned out to be, a broken coin-change machine. We then promptly shuffled down to our train and headed to St-Michel Notre Dame which is a short walk from the Sorbonne university. Three buildings and an hour of walking ...
... Versailles later that day and wanted to save the energy. I liked the architecture, definitely better than Westminster Abbey. We crossed the river to the left bank and visited the Shakespeare and Co. book store. The owner just died and there was a tribute for him all over the front door. Unfortunately, that was our only taste of the Latin Quarter. Maybe next time ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed