Hotel Pax Opera
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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... we wanted. We then followed up with dessert, although the hot chocolate looked way too heavy, and despite disappointing many of our readers, we didn't order it - but we will be back! Instead, I had the millefeuille (fancy French word for vanilla slice), and Kylie had the eclair (fancy French word for eclair). Both very delicious. After checking out the Apple Store at Opera, just because we can - we moved onwards. Kylie had read about a quaint little thing ...
... to basic Egyptian relief pictures of men and women to the Grecian school of sculpture of the male and female forms, to Roman statues, to Italian religious paintings, to the French Masters. It was an exceptional tour, especially for M who studied art history at school, and had only seen the Mona Lisa and not much more last time. Speaking of the arguably most famous painting in the world, she was crowded out as usual, but we managed to get to the front ...
... 17+ hours of air travel. We realize how ridiculously lucky we are to be able to take a trip like this, traveling together for 21 days straight and loving each other even more at the end! If we end up ditching everything in the US and buying a cottage somewhere in the middle of Burgundy, will someone watch our cat for us? And obviously you're welcome to visit anytime! Au revoir, and thanks for reading! Emily and Mark
... street culture and art. Evan got hoodwinked into a gambling game, won, yet somehow managed to lose 50 euros. We still don't know how it happened. We found the lovers bridge over the Seine and bought the padlock and keys at a nearby outdoor shop. Only issue is that we forgot to throw one of the keys into the Seine…I wonder if that makes a difference? Maybe I'll throw it into the Rhine instead? I digress. We then walked over to Pont Neuf where our river ...
... bands to sing some English sounding words that no one can understand; they called it singing in Yogurt. All the guys and one girl I was with spoke English. But 90% of the time they would speak French to each other, and for my sake, they would each have a side conversation in English with me. I didn't mind either way. It was interesting hearing about their lives, and what they do, but I was also perfectly happy being a fly on the wall, not understanding the ...