Mercure Paris Ivry Quai De Seine
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... apartments, movie theater, grocery store, ect. They were built to preserve the nature around the city. They had a model of the apartment that would be inside the building and we got to walk through it. I loved the apartment and was about ready to put an offer on it and move to Paris hahah. I think this museum was actually one of my favorite ones. It wasn't a very touristy museum because the guides didn't speak English very well. I think it was recommended by our Fine ...
... orienting ourselves off to see the Italian paintings by da Vinci's Mona Lisa, then Veronese's a The Wedding Feast at Cana and JL David's The consecration of Emperor Napoleon I. Kelly saw the Greek sculptures while Fay saw the Egyptian Pharaohs and Aphrodites. So much to see but two hours was all we could spare. More trains and stairs to La Fayette Galleries - nothing gallery about this - this is the Paris version of Harrods!! This shopping centre has ...
A bit of an early start to catch the first train to Vernon. The Paris metro was a zoo, but we arrived at the Gare St Lazare with time to grab a croissant. We took a bus from Veron to Giverny, home of Monet's Gardens. Apparently Monet noticed the Village of Giverny while looking out a train window, and made up his mind to move there in 1890. He created a series of magnificent gardens (including the famous water garden), and then painted them. The gardens were gorgeous, but ...
... queues already snaking under the tower. BUT, as we were looking for the the shortest queue I noticed that the East tower was empty. The queue from the North tower had blocked the entrance to the East and people didn't realise it was open. We walked straight in, paid and in less than 10 mins (instead of 2 hrs) started climbing the stairs to Level 2. 669 steps and we had made it! Next challenge was to get the elevator to the summit. Bought tickets and joined a ...
... class. I ate a bunch of chili. I skyped a friend in my pajamas. Overall, it was a normal day on the Salzburg front. But it was a less than normal night for me that soon followed. We left the Mönchsberg for the train station close to 8:00 and departed on a night train for Paris at 9:00. We had three transfers to prepare for and one of which was a couchette ride. My mind was filled to the brim with couchette horror stories, so I went into cabin 121 expecting to be robbed ...