Moevenpick Hotel Paris Neuilly
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This morning we had some breakfast in the hotel room of stuff we picked up from a small grocery store the evening before, but we did stop for a coffee on the way before jumping on the subway. We were pretty stiff from yesterdays standing around and today we vowed not to stand in any more line-ups. Today we were going to check out the various sites …
Our first day in Paris to go sight seeing and the weather was great. The temps finally warmed up enough to wear shorts and it was partially cloudy with no rain in the forecast, for today at least. On our list for today was the Arc de Triomphe, Champs-Élysées and the Eiffel Tower. We started by looking for somewhere to grab some breakfast and ran …
Another lovely day in Paris. In the morning, we choose to do the walking tour of the two islands including the Notre Dame cathedral. This is very interesting, and we see the architectural differences made by Napoleon, when he added the wide boulevards to Paris. We manage to get inside Notre Dame easily even though there seems to be many people outside. This is a big contrast to our last visit, when the queues where so long ...
Day 2 Arrived in Paris at 6:45 am on a Friday. Total time warp. I'm so confused. Maybe it's the Ambien. Have to get my luggage and get through customs before 8 so I can catch the first transfer to the hotel. If not I have to wait until 11. Once at the hotel, I have free time on my own until I meet my tour group at 4:30. My friend Amanda has set me up with her friend Arthur and he has planned a whole day of things for us to do. I couldn't be more ...
This Museum holds the famous painting by Leonardo Da Vinci called The Mona Lisa. (1) Unfortunately the queues were over two hours long so we didn't have enough time to go on this trip.
We then walked through the famous gardens called the Tuileries (created in 1564 for Catherine De Medici) towards the Place de la Concorde (2) This was where the King, queen and other nobles were ...