Hotel le Petit Paris
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Waking on the plane to coffee, quiche, fruits and croissants was a nice way to start the day but pales to the crepe and dinner we spoiled ourselves with today. We didn't have a plan for the day. But after checking into the hotel we decided we would stay close and do some sightseeing. That changed quickly. We boarded the metro at Luxembourg Gardens …
... masterpieces trail then went back to see any extra pieces we were interested in. We were there for more than 4 hours! We saw the major works including Venus de Milo, Diana of Versailles, Michelangelo's Slaves, The Victory of Samothrace, The Coronation of Emperor Napoleon I, The Wedding Feast at Cana, The Raft of the Medusa, Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss, The Coronation of the Virgin, The Seated Scribe, and of course Mona Lisa. The ...
... which were swing
chimed. These bells were meant to replace nine which were removed from
the cathedral during the Revolution and were rung for various services
and festivals. The bells were once rung by hand before ...
... he has to keep shifting hotels and can’t tell anyone where they’re living etc as it’s dangerous!! People will knock him off. Crazy stuff! So he helped pass the time with his conversation.
Eli and I took our turn to walk around for a bit and found an ice cream store for me! We dropped into a couple of shops and had a look around. Then we came back and Mike and Kyria left again! Then it started to rain. Hector’s wife (the ...
... converted to modern apartments, but the village is still recognizable. We saw the Clos Montmartre Vinyard which still produces a few hundred bottles of wine a year.
We then found the Bateau Lavoir, an art studio/building where Pablo Picasso and other famous artists and poets once lived and worked. It is without a doubt the most famous art "studio" in the world. Apparently there are countless stories of the wild days ...