Mercure Paris Place d'Italie
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... they have on display here I find it incredible this one gets so much attention but it was a must do and now was done. We continued moving through corridors, sadly it was almost impossible to know where each painting or sculpture we wanted to see was so as we moved around we kept an eye out to spot them as we went, some of the ones on the list included the Coronation of Napoleon l and The Raft of Medusa both of which we came across in the same hallway. The raft of Medusa was 5x7m ...
... Champs-Élysées and then back towards the Tour Eiffel and then down the other side towards the Louvre and across the shops and buildings of Paris. It was amazing, and we took plenty of photos. And that was the end of Paris. We took the metro back to the hotel, and packed up ready for an early check out the next day. We had to leave a few things behind to make room for stuff we had bought, but the homeless of Paris will have a couple of warm jackets to go around. Au ...
... life is never dull in Paris, they always find something to riot about and it had to be one of the days we were there, every corner was marked with police, the palace was evacuated as there was a bomb scare. Our day ended with a magical farewell dinner at a Parisian restaurant, the food was delicious, some of us tried frogs legs and snails for entree, I ate and enjoyed both, Bob wasn't too keen. Our night ended with a trip to the Eiffel Tower to watch it sparkle on the ...
... cops standing up, blowing whistles & waving their arms for traffic to move over because a VIP is coming through! This was a pick up point for the LOpen Tour double decker buses that tour the sights of Paris. We purchased a 3 day pass which enables us to get on & off anytime which we thought was good value & convenient. Today we spent most of the day on the bus travelling on 3 different routes to get an overview & decide what we really wanted to see. We did ...
We arrived in Paris and got to our hotel around 11:30 a.m. Our Parisian cousin Estelle and her son Raphael were waiting in the lobby for us upon our arrival. After checking in, we walked to the famous Lafayette department store one block away where we saw the gorgeous stained glass ceiling of France's oldest department store built in the early 1900s. We ate lunch on the rooftop ...