Novotel Aulnay Sous Bois
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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... the Musée de l'Orangerie. It's a small art museum at the edge of the Tuileries and it's dedicated to impressionist and post-impressionist artwork. The top floor has two oval shaped rooms with water lily paintings by Monet. The paintings take up almost the entire wall--they are more like murals.
The exhibit downstairs had a lot of Renoir and Cézannes as well as Picassos and Soutine.
I was starving after this and stumbled upon a ...
Our first day in Paris was amazing to say the least. First off we went to the Notre Dame where I was lucky enough to go into a mass that was on. That was an awesome experience. Then we went to the Catacombs where we walked around the millions of graves that were present. This was a touching experience as there were so many ...
... flight en route to London. Jess hung out with us for the three hour stopover and we browsed through the shopping area where the shops were expansively massive in contrast to any airport shops in Brisbane. I admired a gold ring but refrained from purchasing with the thought that I could buy on our return home. I was also a little wary of spending big too soon. The girls found themselves at MacDonalds for a drink, choosing this over the many other eateries! The time passed ...
... We will have to read the book and see the movie again - so to speak This evening we have been very continental, we have gone and got some goats cheese some olive tapenade, red wine and a baguette for an afternoon snack. Tomorrow it is off to the australian embassy to try and get a passport. On the way home we needed to call in somewhere amd get some passport photos. It wasnt until we looked and we found them everywhere that we both came to the conclusion, this happens a lot! ...
... The ceilings were covered in amazing paintings and the floor was marble and mosaics. We walked all the way to the Eiffel Tower. We didn't go up because I didn't feel like waiting around in the long queues. It was pretty cool to see it close up though. It is huge! We walked back and crossed over the river at the Louvre. We wandered through the little back streets back to our hotel. Now we are eating chocolate and having a rest. tonight we will go and see the Pompidou ...