New Hotel Lafayette Paris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... truly magnificent, and the historical account from the French point of view illuminating as well. We grabbed lunch at a pub nearby and then Emma and I said our adieus and jumped on a train back to the city of light. We ended up doing a bit of trekking round Montmartre to see Sacré-Coeur and the Moulin Rouge. What we didn’t realise was we had found practically the only hill in Paris and amongst my cumbersome sports bag and the weight of Emma’s pack, ...
... to the exhibit, I stopped off at the Carrousel, the large shopping center under the Louvre, for some window shopping, then a walk through the Tuileries to the Grand Palais, a huge hall built for the Universal Exposition of 1900. I could see that Emmanuel Ungaro was showing his spring collection in one of the spaces. A few fashionistas and video trucks were outside.
Across the street ...
... a leather zip case for a gun displayed in the window!
After window shopping, I headed to the Musee' Marmottan. It houses the biggest collection of Monet's work anywhere in the world. It was stunning! Highly recommend if you are a big fan of Monet. Then, I had to go see the Rodin Musee' to "think". I actually discovered I am not a huge fan of sculpture. I did however enjoy The Kiss, and the Gates of Hell, did scare ...
... 12:45 local time. Perfect. Stumble with bags to the Metro and off to the flat where we arrived with Domonique right behind and she gave us the keys and a tour of the place, which took two minutes as it was small but way larger than any hotel room. And the location! One block from the Louvre, 20 minutes from the Opera Garnier......an absolutely perfect place to call home.
Got in touch with Agi and dinner was set for Saturday at 7:30. We set out ...
... 710 Steps.) It was a great exercise, but also nice to just see the views as you got higher up. It was fun doing it with friends, because alone, I would have paid the extra euros to just take the elevator up. After being up there for maybe 15 minutes, Shelby needed a drink, and I decided I would last until we got down. Two minutes after saying that, I decided I wanted a drink. As I went back to the store that was open on top of the tower, it closed! ...