Mercure Paris Le Bourget
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... So by this stage the head is feeling a lil strange after travelling up and down over 200m in the matter of 5mins. Finally when we get up there, you get to soak in all of Paris and it's sites at once. We then walk the final stairs to the platform on the 59th. Felt like being on top of the world even though we weren't as high as the Eiffel Tower, seems like Paris stretches as far as the eye can see during the day. We head down to ground floor, and make our way back to ...
... the Marais district just opposite Don's that I checked in on FB. It is a small apartment on the second floor about 18 square metres including kitchenette & bathroom. The large windows open onto Rue Des Ecouffes, a small street that is just off Rue de Rivoli, one street back from the Seine. We set ourselves up for the week with cereal, cheese beer and wine. I am worried that TD is getting a form of travel sickness. On our first foray into the Marais, she found the laundromat she ...
... wonderful horse statues. Wanted to buy one Then onto the Metro, and home. An hour on the bed doing the blog and I am off again, into the shopping centre at the Citadines. Bought a jumper. Then into the Cafe O Jules for dinner. The lovely tall waiter said hi and wondered where you were. And he sent our lovely waitress to serve me. Rump steak ... Medium. Delicious. Watching the passing parade. I cried when I said goodbye. Off to Munich tomorrow. I'll miss this place. ...
... s home, standing in the Globe Theatre, almost any Rothko painting...) and this was certainly one of them. They were truly magical. After absorbing the Monets, we viewed the collection of Paul Guilome who was a supporter of Picasso and Matisse and several other artists. Brad thought it was some of the best Cezannes he had ever seen! I enjoyed seeing the Matisses and the Soutines (which were very colorful!), but I was not a fan of the Rousseaus. Nonetheless, it ...
With a busy day of sightseeing planned, we kicked things off early and covered a good bit of Paris. We started Day 11 at the Musee d'Orsay (the Orsay Museum) and had another great experience. For a few reasons, Orsay might have been my favorite museum during our entire trip. For one thing, I really appreciate French Impressionist painting. The colors are beautiful and I find the natural, "every day" aspect of the work to be both interesting and relaxing. Monica and I have been ...