Mercure Paris Orly Rungis
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... en una galería pro, comprando un cafe en Starbucks. Desde allí seguimos parando en La Glorieta de los Campos Elíseos, donde se encuentra el conjunto monumental formado por el Grand Palais, el Petit Palais y el Puente Alejandro III. El Grand Palais (40.000 m²) comenzó a construirse en 1897 para albergar la Exposición Universal de 1900. Desde 1937 alberga el Palais de la ...
... lit up at night. From where we were the tower looked pretty close but it ended u being about and hour and 20 minute walk! Oh well, we worked up an appetite and we also got some more walking in! We passed the locks bridge during our walk and I found a lock that had the names Jess and Nate! I of course had to take a picture of it-what are the odds of that happening?! Crazy! The restaurant we chose was alright. We really haven't had an amazing meal in Paris. I think the food ...
Click here for a short video of the Eiffle Tower I took on the cruise
The next day I enjoyed some of the non-museum highlights of Paris. I quickly discovered the Notre Dame is more impressive on the outside than within, but I was fortunate to ...
However, these sights have been more than counterbalanced by the sheer magnificence and wonder of this city. We have visited a half dozen museums designed to challenge both your capacity to absorb beauty as well as the arch support of your shoes. After awhile, you feel almost numbed by the abundance of art and architecture. It is a visual buffet, serving up unlimited portions of Renoir, Matisse, Rodin, Monet, Manet, not to mention the works ...
... But it seems a shame not to see and do lots
of things when we are here. As we noted
in our past posting, we will be returning to Chico in mid-January. Fortunately for us, Brent and Cathy took back
a suitcase for us, which will make our trip back much easier. Also, some people here have been helping us
lighten our load when we fly back to the states – both my iPhone and wallet
have been stolen. Fortunately, I don’t