Mercure La Defense 5 Hotel
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Our Paris experience continues with a not such a late start, off to the metro- la defence to explore more of this beautiful city. We set out to find the cemetery where Jim Morrison from the Doors is buried, no worries finding it and the grave site. We even had to change stations. It was very interesting just strolling leisurely thorough the …
We arrived in Paris and viewed the Versailles Palace, checked into hotel in a storm. Got settled into hotel as we are here for 5 nights and 6 days, sounded great to us!!
Not too long to get settled, off we go again for a quick tour of sights and free time - dinner at a lovely cafe looking toward the Arch de Triomphe, (just happened to fluke it …
Our train pulled out of the tiny Chamonix train station at 8:14, and we had a spectacular trip to Annecy, snow capped mountains in every direction. We had a two hour wait at Annecy before our connection to Paris, so the kids parked themselves in the station, and Michael and I went out in search of a coffee, and on reconnaissance for the purchasing of lunches for the next leg of our trip, we're not expected to arrive in Paris until 4:11pm. When we arrived back at ...
... of the Impressionist movement, which was from 1860 to 1900. I was surprised at some of the works by Monet that were landscapes and people who were clearly painted. I am familiar with the water lilies and bridges and haystacks, but wasn't really aware that he had works that were less splotchy (not really the right word, but I can't think of a better one) and fuzzy. There was a really nice water lily near the end of the exhibit and I ...
... you think you've seen it all...In a word - Opulent.
By by this stage my feet were in a state of distress and not being one to suffer in silence I had a bit of a paddy. Also because we had to ride back in the most insane traffic. Not happy. By the grace of God we made it back in one piece. Very intense. Now we're eating cheese and baguette in our room.
Tomorrow we head off for Mont St Michel. Hmmm. Driving in Paris traffic. That'll be fun. Am missing home.