Mercure Paris Le Bourget
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... of rows apart. When we arrived at the gate in London i asked the question at the gate as i did make a comment in France about having a **** day or two e.g. Emergency passport. The lady at the gate, said 'oh yes, there is a new boarding pass prepared, they have already changed it' we got seats right at the very back of the plane, just Joelene and I in a two seat row. Much better. Joelene has her Qantas club cards for ...
... was Michaelangelo's Slaves. I just grinned. (Had a very hard time finding them last year... And this time they just appeared in front of me.) The audio/visual guide was great. Thought of you, Brooke. I just wandered around and heard the history of some amazing pieces of art. Then, I wandered into a room and there were ( more ) people everywhere. Oh... There she is. Sometimes it's wonderful to be by yourself. I was in no hurry and just gradually made my way to the front. And looked at ...
... Easy Pass Tours. This pass allowed for a brief history of the Eifel Tower before then getting priority lift access upto level 2 of the Tower. From this level you really got an appreciation of the size of Paris and your stepping stone then to the line for the lift upto the very top of the Tower. One tip you could wait upto 20 minutes for this lift but always have a look around first as sometimes everybody lines up on one side when there ...
... an A4 piece of paper. There wasn't too many people but we didn't hang around until we got to the front. On the exploration of the other floors we saw the Venus de Milo and many Egyptian artefacts including a sphinx, mummies and figurines. Once we had finished looking around the museum we went out into the the shopping underneath the famous glass pyramids. What a mistake. Since it was pouring with rain everyone had moved from ...
... security and the number of people, but I am still glad I got to see it. We definitely needed more time at the Louvre; 2.5 hours only allowed us to see a fraction of it, and I didn't even make it to some of the rooms I really wanted to see. For example, I wanted to view some of the French paintings from the 14th-17th centuries, but because the Louvre is a maze, we weren't able to get to those paintings. We made it to the French paintings from the ...