Hotel Louvre Rivoli
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and the arch came into view. I had not seen it up close before, and we were just across the traffic circle from it. It was larger than I thought based on the photos and the sun setting to the left of the arch. It was beautiful and we were one of hundreds of tourists taking selfies and group photos.
The Arc was built to commemorate the soldiers who fought in the French Revolution and those who fought under Napoleon. There is a Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at ...
Back to the Marais again for the Salon du Vintage. Vintage is a huge in Paris. I was curious to see what would be for sale at this event. It appeared to be British-inspired with lots of clothing, records, furniture, jewelry, and sunglasses. Vintage Chanel ...
After another delicious breakfast at the hotel we hopped in a taxi to the Louvre. Our tour guide took us to the original part first which is downstairs. It us the original wall which was built as a fortress before being converted into a residence. We were walking along a ' boardwalk' whish has been built over the original note. The lady was very informative, saw the Mona Lisa, Noleane's coronation, sculptures by Michaelangelo and the ...
... at the most inopportune time however over here there is a distinct lack of public toilets. We have learnt the most trustworthy toilet option is Mcds or KFC. We've had to locate these takeaway joints a fair bit over the past few days! The ever efficient metro helped get us home promptly and we were back at the apartment shortly after 4pm. Just before dinner the boys decided to take the soccer ball outside the apartment which is at the end of ...
... it turns out it was a baked potato stand! We stopped checking after the first few days because the street food was never gluten-free. I got super excited so we bought two, one curry chicken and one with chili and creme fraiche. So yummy!
Next, we went to the Petit Trianon and the grounds surrounding it. First, we went to the Queen's Hamlet which had a medium sized pond with small houses surrounding ...