Novotel Paris Creteil Le Lac
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... accurately by this Disney movie that I am quite the fan of - mostly because I watched it many times when I was getting excited for my trip. The irony of it all is every time I watched Ratatouille, I reminded myself (and was reminded by many others) that Paris is not like the movie, that I need to be realistic and not idealise it so much. I didn't realise it would be even better than is shown in the movies though! The day came to a wrap with the ...
... we were taken by the statues, we also visited Rodin's museum where we were lucky enough to see a temporary exhibition which showed how he made his statues. The museum is in two parts - many of his famous works (like The Thinker, the Kiss, the Burghers of Calais) are located in the gardens, whereas smaller pieces of work are located in the mansion where Rodin spent his latter years. His collection includes 6600 sculptures , 8000 drawings, 7000 objets d'art. I tried ...
... there on the Metro. However, once we changed at Châtelet, Mum reckoned we needed to get off at Oberon. It then took us awhile to find the park, and when we did, the station I said we should get off at (Luxembourg) was right outside. Sorry, fail Mum!
Anyway, we wandered through the park and it was very beautiful. Dad commented on the fact that they have all this really nice grass but no-one is allowed to sit on it. Weird! So we sat on these metal chairs on the ...
... churches, but there was something different about this one). After leaving Sacre Couer, we hiked to the top of the dome. This was our second spiral hike up a tower. However, this one was smaller and more claustrophobic than the first. However, every few hundred feet we’d walk out of the small spiraling tower onto the roof of the basilica. It was incredible to see the maize of stairwells up there. We were up with the gargoyles and turrets and thought how amazing it would be ...
... Mike at the office of the tour operator. It was absolutely bucketing with rain and we bought an umbrella each - at least the boys have souvenirs from Paris, theirs have an Eiffel Tower pattern on them! We had a walking guide up to the base of the Tower and the kids were filled up with lots of facts and figures. One of the most interesting that Gustav Eiffel got his money back on the 30million euros he spent to build the tower in six months after the original exhibition was over. ...