Hotel Prince Albert Monceau
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... musical show. It is mandatory to make reservations in advance for the show you are planning to visit and make sure you are there 2 hours early for the queue. Yes, this is the demand it holds and lives upto the expectations.
I spent 1.5 days in Disneyland as i couldn't cover everything in 1 day and so I took a 2 day pass when I bought the ticket first time itself. Consider yourself a favour by buying the 2 day pass as everyday ...
... to show for it. I'm pretty much stoked.
That was one of the best experiences I've had on this trip. I don't think I've been to a theme park for about six years. I've always loved them, so I've made a mental note to do more in the future. Six Flags here I come.
PS - We got a glimpse of the Eiffel Tower peeking over the buildings when we were at the Arc de Triomphe. Jenni asked "What's that?". I ...
... man from Japan showed me how to write my name in both Japanese and Chinese characters. We were all surprised that the Metro was still standing room only at 11:30 on a Wednesday night. Don't those people have jobs the next morning?
I went shopping Thursday morning. Our hotel was within an easy walk to the Galleries Lafayette and Au Printemps, Paris' signature department store. I enjoyed seeing many of the designer ready to wear, as well as more affordable styles. And ...
... days is quite challenging but we pretty much covered it all!!! we saw the beautiful sacred heard church.. we had to take an outdoor glass elevator to get to the top and you could see the whole city from the view. we walked around the cute narrow cobblestone streets with coffee in hand in the district of montemarte which was so relaxing. We took the subway a lot as well as paris is HUGEEEEEE and there was just not enough time to see everything we wanted by foot only. we ...
... of me on Monet's bridge. We had to take the Metro train, then a Mainline train, then a bus and a short walk to get there so that part was a bit of a letdown.
We left at about 9:00 to catch the Metro at Ledru-Rollin Station. As it always is in the morning, the train was packed with people going to work or school. We got off at Opera, changed lines and took the train towards St. Lazare where we would ...