Mercure Paris Monty Opera
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Smoking rooms available
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... towards the Mona Lisa, on the way there we had to ascend a stair case and at the top was The Winged Victory of Samothrace, also called the Nike of Samothrace. She is a 2nd century BC marble sculpture of the Greek goddess Nike and was on my list of must sees. One down. The traffic was flowing towards the Mona Lisa and there were pictures of it with arrows showing the way, we turned into a large room and on the far wall was the painting all by itself and in front was a crowd easily ...
... into the shops it turned to snowflakes. They are quite pretty and amazing to look at. But the novelty soon wears off as you realise they are melting on you and making you wet. We went out at night to get some night shots of the Eiffel Tower and surrounds. Today was our last full day and we went to the Pere Lachaise Cemetery. We found the graves of Jim Morrison, Marcel Marceau, Edith Piaf, Oscar Wilde and Chopin. There was many amazing tombs and an interesting place to wander ...
... br> WOW!! beautiful - cold view but fantastic!! I wil include pictures for this.
Back on the bus but this time sat downstairs where it was a little warmer and got off near the Louvre to walk back to the apartment ...Paris comes alive of an evening but we were so very tired and a litte grumpy (mais Non!!) so picked up some jambon baguettes and little sweet pastries returned, ate and asleep by 9pm :-)
... complicated affairs with all sorts of ingredients, and all I wanted was the sausage, a bun, and some fried onion. I spent 10 minutes practicing how to say in French "I just want the sausage, and some onion" before finally diving in to ask the guy making them. I launched into my best French accent and was halfway through when the guy interrupts and says in perfect English "you want the classic? Sausage and some onion?" .. Umm, yeah. Thanks mate. I then accidentally added ...
... coffee and of course, some French wines. We kept seeing people sitting in outdoor cafés drinking pale pink rose so we stopped for a quick beverage ourselves and got back to the apartment just as a rain shower began. It didn't last long - we decided to go light on dinner so just went to yet another cafe and then called it a night. It felt like a great start to our month in Paris - spoke a bit of French, ate and drank French. Sent from my ...