Mercure Paris Val De Fontenay
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... see. They are more than 100 metres long by three rows across. There are some of the usual market stands but the majority of them are produce; fruit and vegetables, seafood, meat, cheese, bread, pasta and the like. They all have the freshest looking produce at very reasonable prices. It was mind blowing to see the homage the French pay to good food. Fungi/mushrooms of many varieties I have never seen, living seafood to ensure freshness, vegetables you can almost still see the ...
... giving information about the catacombs, such as the fact that they held around 6 million bodies and that the section we were to access covers less than 1/800th of the cities underground network. We travelled single file through dimly lit corridors, reading about the limestone and rocks found that were millions of years old. There was even a miniature town carved into the quarry wall, which was exciting but paled in comparison to ...
... floor, that he had committed an error in the
plans and razed everything built so far in order to commence anew.
Perrault emphasizes that the architect had the habit of remodeling
certain parts of his buildings more than once, in a search for
perfection. This may explain the extraordinary length of time the ...
... of the artists who's work I was able to see. Monet, Degas, Cezanne, Renoir, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Manet, Toulouse-Lautrec, and even an amazing Klimpt which was displayed on a floor dedicated to some unbelievable Art Nouveau furniture. Of course I reached a point where it was all too much, and I needed to escape and just walk out in the fresh air on the way to the Rodin Museum. I now know that the best works at the Rodin are in the garden, but it was ...
... struggled to find anywhere to buy milk and sugar but eventually prevailed. However it turned out I accidentally bought fermented milk so my tea was quite unpleasant. After hanging around for a bit, me and Nim went out to get coffee and shop. We stopped at a little bar/cafe and the coffee was excellent after London. It reminded me of Italy for some reason. After that we went for a walk through the Parc du Buttes-Chamont ...