Premiere Classe Plaisir
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... 10:30am. Fabulous. Off we head on foot to explore this gorgeous city. Its my 4th time back in Paris and it feels good everything is so familiar, I just love it. We wander through the Louvre gardens and nice to see "whipper" the goat is still there and make our way to Muse D'Orsay. The line is not long and we spend a couple of hours exploring and wondering this magnificent museum. We make our way back to our local area and spend some time in the ...
... and butter before making chocolate. We then had a chance to buy some chocolate with some great deals. Think the family will be pleased with my purchases. We visited another memorial where many men were buried together due to their circumstances. This was another great opportunity to experience another war situation. Now waiting for dinner in ...
... Rue Anciént Comedie became Ancient Comedy Road for example) but when speaking to people or guessing the pronunciations of the place names on the metro train before they were announced over loud speaker I always tried my very best. It was always relieving when someone admitted they spoke English though! We wandered around the Latin Quarter suburbs of Saint Germain and Saint Michel a bit while finding the restaurant and stumbled upon a large crowd gathering around a big ...
As autumn seems to have arrived we donned our jackets and set off for the Louvre. It seems along with half the population of Paris. On the first Sunday of the month, that is today, all the museums are free. There was also a marathon in the centre of town today which added to the crowd numbers. As we couldn't even find the end of the queue at the Louvre we decided to go to the Champs Elysees. We walked up one side and down the other. ...
... surreptitiously snapped away with their phones and cameras. Really I wanted to too but only snuck a couple of the interior. At least it avoided scenes like yesterday as you can see in the photo, of people photographing the Mona Lisa. A major disappointment for me was that Degas' pastels of dancers were not on show. A few of his oils were but they are not the same. Last time I remember they were in rooms of their own under reduced lighting. Perhaps they just ...