Sejours & Affaires Grande Arche

11 Allee des Tilleuls , Courbevoie, Île-de-France, 92400, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Courbevoie

Day 8!

A travel blog entry by sharnielizabeth

6

... but we stopped and went inside the Louvre. I'm not an art lover, but the famous Mona Lisa painting was here. I must say worth seeing but there were so many other AMAZING paintings n sculptures there that everyone fussed over the famous Mona.... The have it hidden behind bullet prof glass n barricaded off. And not as big. As I thought but I've seen it :) After the ...

Day 17 (Paris)

A travel blog entry by marcohj

3

... we had to queue up to get in, waiting for other people to leave before we could enter. It was a cute little place, with quite a large second hand section but a really good new section; it looked like any good independent bookstore from Melbourne. The books themselves therefore weren't overly interesting, but some interesting people worked there, like an American girl who didn't look a day over twenty who kept getting Italian and French mixed up (me) or a ...

Day 1: Arrival in Paris

A travel blog entry by electronicfrog

5

... I shouted in French at the startled young woman. "No, I am not," she said before quickly moving on. By the second stroke of luck that day, my phone rang as I made my way up the path to the door of the apartment building. It was the landlady! She wanted to know when I would be there. I told her that I was at the entry of the lobby at that very moment. She buzzed me in and my long journey to check-in came to a happy ending.





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Versailles et Rouge

A travel blog entry by ashcol64

3

... In the 1670s Louis XIV built the Grand Apartments of the King and Queen, with his greatest achievement being the Hall of Mirrors where the king put on his most ostentatious display of royal power in order to impress visitors. The Chapel and Opera were built in the next century by his son Louis XV. The château lost its standing as the official seat of power in 1789 but acquired a new role in the 19th century as the Museum of the History of ...

Appreciating art at the Louvre

A travel blog entry by phizzz

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The Louvre was another thing that impressed me more than I had expected - I've seen art galleries before, I've seen classical art, sure there's the Mona Lisa but ... meh. But it is so big ... in every way - so many chambers, each full of so many beautiful, beautiful objects (no mediocre pieces thrown in to make up the numbers here). Each chamber is large and perfect to display its contents - some breathtakingly ornate with giant paintings hung two to a wall, some clean and ...

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This hotel, located in the La Defense/Business District area of Courbevoie, is near La Defense, La Grande Arche de La Defense, Marguerite's Elegant Home Cooking, and Triumphal Way (Voie Triomphale).
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