Mercure Cergy Pontoise Centre
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... crossing light, and cut us off, missing us by mere inches. We got to Luxembourg Gardens at 5.45pm. They closed at 5.15pm. Oops! So on that note, we headed to the metro and back to the hotel. We collected our goodies and walked down to the Eiffel Tower. We were directly in front if her when she started sparkling, signifying 7pm. We watched, then found a park bench to spread our feast out on. We were happily munching on bread and cheese when a man ...
... pick pocketed on the way to the "safe" market. We were climbing an escalator in a metro station and were met by a couple at the top that asked us to check our bag since a young kid who had tried to pick their bag was standing close behind me. I looked at my back pack and found a zipper cut open. He didn't want our bottle of Purell or Kleenex, so they didn't get anything. Gotta ...
... an unsafe situation to be in the midst of. Keep in mind this was only just past 10:00 and we had 13 more hours ahead of us. The main crowds hadn't even arrived yet, but I knew they were on their way. We were in NYC for New Year's Eve this year and the crowds there were more contained and managed that here. I went back to find the girls and we went into the "queue" and I use that term loosely, for Thunder Mountain. The wait time posted was 15 minutes, but it ended up being ...
... were becoming warmer and more personal. They were certainly becoming more lavish and guilded, but those rooms were only a prelude, an entre, to prepare you for the splendour that is The Central Gallery of the Palace, also known as the Hall of Mirrors. What makes this room more impressive is that when it was constructed in about 1680, mirrors were among the most expensive items to possess. A walk through the Hall of ...
... animated and there is always a group of kids (usually boys) who have their brains and attention anywhere else. Once we left this room, we went downstairs to see some of the sculpture pieces and other artists such as Van Gogh, Gaugin and Serat. One of the best things about the d'Orsay museum is that they don't allow pictures, so people move along pretty quickly. We also toured some rooms with antique french furniture which was pretty ...