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We got up and got on a train and went to the Louve and it took 2 hour up stairs and a couple of minutes to get in at the side. So we got in and bought our tickets and went to the Mona Lisa straight away and we stop to look at paintings on the way ( Jesus paintings ) and they were cool. After we look at the Mona Lisa we look at statues ( weeping angels ). After ...
... Some are kind of pushy about it. Nevertheless, it is an interesting area and I would like to spend more time there. This area is in sharp contrast to the flea market area. It was getting late so we walked to the closest metro station. We found a great bakery on the way and bought some bread and tarts. We got back to the apartment about 8:00 pm and had dinner there. We had used the metro quite a few times today, but we had also walked a lot and we were ...
Breakfast baguette with cheese, jam and tea off to see the opera and the louvre. Wow what a place after getting lost for the third time we gave up on trying to decide where to go and just followed our nose. We did manhandle to see the Monarch Lisa, the dying slave by Michaleo Angelo, and Napoleons apartment amazing. We joked that Luis could set the table that was set for 45 people he said no and then we suggested then ...
... location) on our trip in 2007. This is the perfect restaurant for the indecisive, as there are only 2 decisions that you need to make: (1) Red or White wine; and (2) Dessert. Otherwise, it's a set menu with only one main course: steak frites. We were served a nice green salad with a mustard dressing to start. They then bring the steak out on a tray and serve you a nice portion with some delicious sauce (currie based I believe) and then separately, they ...
... to me before however he explained that while we
had Flower Power and Woodstock in the mid 60’s, (Paris had a revolution with
the students leading the way. There are
now no cobblestones in the road at the front of the Sorbonne, as they were dug up to throw at the police. They now also only pay between E300 and
E3,000 per year in University fees.
Anyway, despite the fact that organised tours aren’t really
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed