Mercure Paris Place d'Italie
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... verlo desde afuera. Finalmente visitamos las catacumbas, que fue
una experiencia mórbida pero muy interesante. Me hubiera gustado conocer más
lugares, y quedarme largo tiempo en los diferentes sitios que llegamos a ver,
pero aun así conocer la cuidad fue increíble. Caminamos por horas y horas, pero
logramos a conocer diferentes partes de la cuidad. Visitar la ciudad de París fue una experiencia que me alegra ...
... 2 hours. After raiding the gift shop we left for our next appointment.
We walked across the Seine from Les Invalides the short distance to commence our River Cruise. What can I say? The River Cruise was absolutely breathtaking (due to the cold weather) and of course beautiful. We were able to see another side of the amazing monuments we saw and visited the day before. The climax of the cruise was seeing the Eiffel Tower lit up while towering above us on ...
... time taking photos of her hilarious reaction on her phone. We had a laugh as we went through the photos. After that drama there was still one snail left on our table and no one else wanted it so I decided not to let it go to waste.
Back on the bus we drove past the Arc De Trimphe on the roundabout. At this roundabout you always have to give way to oncoming traffic which produces some interesting problems but also seems to work. Once we got through that ...
... accordions and the like cut the silence. All of the routes we searched beforehand involved multiple changes to get around the closed section of RER C between Ile de la Cite and Invalides so we took it as a chance to get off at Chatelet and walk through Paris, past the Louvre and down the Seine. All things we had seen before but much more enjoyable than seeing more of the inside of a metro station. It was a nice stroll. How could it ever not be in Paris. We ...
The first was in the Egyptian galleries, which contained many sarcophagi, papyrus scrolls, frescoes and statues. In there I found some examples of statuary from the time of Ramses II. I have always loved Egyptian artifacts and these galleries were a treasure trove. Ramses II was a very powerful and influential leader in ancient Egypt and his statuary is some of the most impressive. So much on display from across the many dynasties of the pharaohs, I found myself looking ...