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- Non-smoking rooms
- Banquet room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... a fancy hotel in the heart of Montmarte. At the hotel we had our choice of room facing the cemetery or the courtyard, we obviously chose the courtyard. After dropping of our bags in our room we made the long trek to the Sacre Couer. Armed with the very vague directions from the hotel receptionist we spent the better part of an hour roaming the streets looking for a chapel ...
... of Construction which sucked. We then headed on the train back to the Trocadero to head up the Eiffel Tower! We took some more pictures and slowly walked down to the bottom. It was just as amazing the second time as it was the first. I don't think I would ever get sick of seeing it. We then headed in line to go up the tower. I struggled standing through the lines because I was feeling very sick and weak but it was definitely worth it. Luckily the lines weren't too ...
Today was an indoor day as it was slightly drizzly when we thought that we would have gone up the tower....so we girded our loins and readied for battle, we were off to the galleries. Start early was the order of the day, and it worked, no queue at all at the Orangie museum which specialises in Monets water lillies and other contemporaries. It was stunning with the full range of peers, and easy to ...
... to find an exit!! Finally we made it back out to the real world where we jumped on the bus and visited the Opera. Once again lucky to be under 25 years old and get reduced tickets. Inside the Opera is absolutely magnificent! Large gold chandeliers line the halls, the marble steps so pristine and the main stage and seating area smaller than you would guess but with the most detailed gold trimmed seats and aisles. Next stop Notredame where we would take a quick ...
... Notre Dame during the revolution, the most intricate altar decorations of carved wood, ivory and bone, great wooden chests and choir stalls carved with a different design on each place, and tapestries, the most famous being the Lady and the Unicorn series (I enjoyed Tracy Chevalier's book, and have wanted to see them since). And they were amazing, absolutely huge, with such intricate patterns and the colours still bright. A little gaggle ...