Mercure Paris La Villette
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
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This morning after breakfast Peter and I caught the Metro to Museum D'Orsay and the queue put us off, so we agreed to walk to Musemn Rodin and there was hardly any queue. We purchased a double pass that would get us into both the museums and also bypass the queue at the Museum D'Orsay. Whilst at the Museum Peter and I dropped into the Cafe for a Cafe Au Lait, before exploring the gardens. The Musée Rodin is a museum that was opened in 1919, dedicated to ...
... amp; passing through the x-ray scanners - what a chore - Kaye is trying to keep me calm, cos I always set all the alarms going & hold everyone up while I am patted down by the security guys. They don't believe you when you say "but I've got a metallic knee".
Once calm again, I mind all our carry-on stuff, while Kaye does the shops over & over.
Flight leaves about Paris 25min late, but the time ...
... and many more. Our guide was fantastic and having a small group was definitely a plus. Easily one of the best things we did! After dropping our bikes back we walked through the Paris Markets and then had our Top Deck group gourmet picnic underneath the Eiffel Tower. Our timing was perfect as we joined the queue for climbing the Eiffel Tower and it wasn't before long that we were walking the 690 stairs to the 2nd viewing deck for the most incredible views ...
I'm not sure the kids would be able to put it into words, but considering London and Paris are both very large cities they are remarkably different. Here it seems more condensed, tons of restaurants, and stinkier.
We have tried our best to use our French, but most have switched to English. The kids are trying though, which is good.
We lost an hour due to the time change, and after ...
... along the way we were hoping to run into the San Francisco guys but it wasn’t to be in this queue. There are some huge museums but this one takes the cake. Luckily they had a nice map and on this map they had the highlights of the museum and so we decided that we’d see only the highlights time permitting. Our walk started on the bottom floor and as we walked through the corridors we were amazed at the number of Egyptian artefacts that were on display. At ...