Hotel Pax Opera
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The plane ride went on forever (26hours)! But finally arrived in Paris, after a long how do we get to our accommodation, we arrived, and headed straight to bed and collapsed. Up fairly early, showered, and we are off to find our 1st croissant, we did and it was so yummo :) studied our rail map again to head off to Musee Louvre. My goodness what an absolutely huge museum!! We spent hours walking in and out of rooms filled with amazing paintings, sculputers, ...
... will do this we when we return) and across the lock bridge which was a sight to see itself. For those that don't know about the lock bridge, it's a place you lock a padlock to the bridge with your name and your partners it's said that if the lock is there upon your next visit your love it eternal. Little do people know the locks are cut off every few months due to the sheer number of them!! Tourist will do anything though.
We continued down the river in which I ...
... us on a train ride adventure both to experience the RER as well as see some lovely squares around the area. One at Nation (East side of Paris) where there was a huge lion statue in the middle of a roundabout and beautiful buildings all around. We caught the metro back to Place de Italie over the Seine to Bir Hakiem where we walked to the Eiffel tower.
It was a great time to go up as we saw the tower light up, the city get dark and all the city lights come on. We were on the tower ...
... and put it in a pot for when their spirit comes it collect all of its body parts. Then we see to the Venus De Milo and we took some photos. Afterwards we walked through some of the hallways and saw more artwork. Then we saw the Mona Lisa, it was smaller than we thought it would be. Why is the Mona Lisa so famous? We saw lots of more art work done by Monet, Manet, Renoir and stacks more. After we went to look for the Pompduim Centure which is inside out and ...
... We awoke around 7AM and apologized profusely to Jean, for waking her up. Jean is a Chinese/Californian architecture student and she’s crazy good at drawing. We all went downstairs for delicious croissant/baguette breakfast and too much coffee. This was crucial as we were about the climb the Eiffel Tower. In case you didn’t know, that’s a lot of stairs. The Paris underground is a lot like the London underground except I can’t pronounce any of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Pax Opera Paris
free Internet, clean place, very close to metro, reasonable place.
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