Mercure Paris Austerlitz Bibliotheque
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Bonjour! We had a little sleep in, to 6.30 before heading to the Eiffel Tower. Lorne wasn't well but there was NO WAY that he was going to miss Paris! We had a local guide called Merrilee who pointed out the sights as we drove towards the tower. As we got closer and the Eiffel Tower came in to view it really is a structure that dominates the skyline in Paris, if that is possible! The Eiffel Tower is an iron lattice tower located on the Champ de Mars. It was named after the ...
... to the second level and Jason shows us the buildings that we can see and the history behind some them. WE now know that the Gold domed church is one that was built for the emperor Napoleon himself and no one else attended. According to Jason he only attended half a dozen times. We were pointed out the Arc de Triomphe and told how Napoleon had it built so his victorious Armies could walk through it. Unfortunately it would not be completed in time so ...
... which I am sure we renamed diarrhoeas (*)) and had a good old laugh (the cool kids that is, the ones reading this now, not the other boring ones I mentioned earlier ... Boo for those guys). You couldn't touch anything, and there was no real theme to the show. Just a collection of crud that no one wanted. (*) bless you autocorrect for saving me having to google the spelling of that one. The museums in France are the complete opposite, you get a whole freaking garden ...
The Pont Neuf is the oldest standing bridge across the river Seine in Paris, France. Its name, which was given to distinguish it from older bridges that were lined on both sides with houses, has remained.
Montparnasse Tower also commonly named Tour Montparnasse, is a 210-metre (689 ft) office skyscraper located in the Montparnasse area of Paris, France. Constructed from ...
... are meltingly tender. The Musée Jacquemart-André was the private home of a couple who were great art collectors, and an exhibition was being held on Le Perúgin (Perugina) believed to have been Raphaël's mentor. In addition to the Perugina paintings, a room of Raphaël's works was also included. We concluded this beautiful event with lunch at the tearoom in the ...