Hotel Monna Lisa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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... beginning to what would be the rest of our French experience, giant lines of tourists. The cathedral was drop dead gorgeous; the stupid tourists flashing their cameras away at the 18th century artwork, next to the signs that clearly illustrate that flash photography is prohibited, were not so. Our day continued with a walk around old Paris, a visit down the Latin quarters where we tried escargot (Jeff has insisted to point out that it was his escargot that I had a snidbit of, but that I ...
Another day of trains, this time one to get from Lucerne to Basel and a second high speed one to Paris. We travelled these on first class and enjoyed a complimentary lunch of salad, biccies and water which was useful as a base for dinner that night. Well, we had already made up rolls curtsey of the hotel breakfast buffet, as all true travellers do...
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... without the bus moving.
The tour must have taken over 2 hours so we stayed on for a second loop and got off at the Louvre which is ginormous. We found our way to the Pyramids entry where there wasn't much of a queue, so we bought some baguettes for lunch and the toilets before we headed off to find Mona Lisa which is just as little as I had been told, and no huge queue either. We had a look at the ...
... network which allows you to go from sight to sight in only a few minutes. Unlike London, there is so much to see in Paris, Ryan and I could not see the entire city in one day even if we tried. The Notre Dame, the Catacombs, the Arc de Triumphe, the Lourve, the Eiffel Tower (which was worth doing both during the day and at night), the Champs Elysees and its Christmas markets - the list goes on. The city really does make for great photo opportunities and I enjoyed ticking all the ...
... by Leonardo Da Vinci in Italy.
After our visit to the Louvre we walked for 40 minutes to the Arc De Triomph. We were already exhausted but having to take the stairs just made it so much worse. We walked around the top until we got bored. When we were going down we were so annoyed by the fact that there was an elevator that we missed.
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