Adagio Paris Buttes Chaumont
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- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Pets allowed
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... which I thought was undrinkable rubbish. The chocolate crepe contained more calories than a McDonald's restaurant though, and was just as much of a mess to eat. One benefit of eating in freezing conditions though - when I got some chocolate sauce on my shoes, I just waited a minute until it froze solid, then it came right off! Try doing that with an ordinary liquid. On the way back to the hotel, we decided to grab a cup of tea from Starbucks and sit in the ...
... was entertained en route by 2 mature age men with backing music piano accordion and some trumpet affair. Started with when the saints come marching in - not students of the conservatorium. Interesting on a crowded train. I came up from the metro and found myself right in the middle of the red light district. I walked to the Moulin Rouge and hopped on the Petit Train to tour Montmartre. Certainly in the daylight ...
... br> The Coronation of Napoleon Painting Jacques-Louis David
Bacchus Painting Leonardo da Vinci
Mona Lisa Painting Leonardo da Vinci
St. John the Baptist Painting Leonardo da Vinci
Virgin of the Rocks Painting Leonardo da Vinci
The Virgin and Child with St. Anne Painting Leonardo da Vinci
Liberty Leading the People Painting Eugène Delacroix
The Charging Chasseur Painting Théodore Géricault
The Raft of the Medusa ...
... and saw all the major hot spots (e.g. Mona Lisa, Venus di Milo, the Sphinx) Ashlyn stood in awe of the building and the grounds of the Louvre. If you’ve ever been, you can attest that pictures do not do the building justice. You must see it to really appreciate it.
Once we were more cultured, we decided to find a local spot for dinner. The first dinner in Paris did not disappoint. We ordered black pudding that melted in our mouths and ...
... Louvre originally served as a fortress constructed by Phillippe-Auguste. Medieval remnants are still visible on the lower ground floor of Sully, which we were able to walk around. It was rebuilt in the mid-16th century as a royal residence in the Renaissance style (i.e.: lots of gold…). All of the paintings, sculptures, and artifacts on display in the Louvre Museum have been collected by subsequent French governments. Among them are works from all ...